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Essays by Chief Judge Frank Easterbrook, Judge Douglas Ginsburg, and Professor George Priest explore the considerable influence that Bork's writings have had in refining contemporary conceptions of exclusionary conduct, promoting an understanding of the Sherman Act as directed primarily to allocative efficiency, and distilling the economic teaching of the Chicago School into a single, workable standard for antitrust analysis. Highlighting RLUIPA's recognition that objective, generally applicable zoning ordinances are applied to particular parcels of land through a discretionary, individualized assessment susceptible to abuse, Professor Ostrow advocates a bifurcated approach to judicial review similar to that established by the Supreme Court in its earliest zoning cases.
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