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The reasoning and analytical skills that Butler Shaffer developed in law school where he served as associate editor of the law review, have helped him pursue "the continuous process of inquiry that Socrates referred to as 'the examined life.'" From the view of a "modern social historian and philosopher," Professor Shaffer has written numerous books and articles on social theory, business and labor law, and has spoken on these topics before a variety of academic and special interest forums. In his book, Calculated Chaos: Institutional Threats to Peace and Human Survival, he explores the theory that "institutions are the principle means by which conflict is produced and managed in society." He considers how leaders of industry influenced the creation of the New Deal's National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933 in his book, In Restraint of Trade: The Business Campaign Against Competition. Professor Shaffer has also been interviewed on these subjects on network television, cable and radio. Following graduation from law school, Professor Shaffer was a labor relations consultant to the Midwest Employers Council in Lincoln, Nebraska, and went on to establish a private law practice in Omaha. He subsequently joined the firm of Nelson, Harding, Marchetti, Leonard & Tate, and then began a career in academia at the University of Nebraska College of Business Administration where he taught courses in business and law. Professor Shaffer has been a member of the Southwestern faculty since 1977. In 2002, he was named as the Irwin R. Buchalter Professor of Law in recognition of his outstanding contributions to legal education and scholarship. He says, "I like to explore, with my students and in my research, the nature and purpose of governmental regulation of economic activity." 

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2012-07-26
Magazine Article  •  Future Predictions
Where Do We Go From Here?
by Butler Shaffer
Operating on the assumptions (1) that Ron Paul will not be the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, and (2) that he is likely to retire from future presidential campaigns, I focus on the question: where are those who advocate peace and liberty to now direc
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2012-04-03
Magazine Article  •  Environment
Does the “Environment” Have “Rights”?
by Butler Shaffer
One of the least understood aspects of human behavior is that every social interaction " whether positive or negative " has, at its core, the matter of property ownership.
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2011-08-30
Magazine Article  •  Education: Government Schools
The Schools Are Doing a Wonderful Job!
by Butler Shaffer
Don't let schooling interfere with your education. ~ Mark Twain
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2011-05-27
Magazine Article  •  Constitution
Is There a Constitution to “Get Back To”?
by Butler Shaffer
A tiresome plea I have heard throughout my adult life is that urged by most political conservatives: “we need to get back to the Constitution.”
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