To me, the legal scholar Bernard Siegan's greatest claim to fame was writing Land Use Without Zoning, a classic study of Houston's zoning-free approach to land use planning. But he did a lot more than that, playing a pioneering role in rehabilitating the view that the Constitution should protect economic liberties. He died this week at age 81. Rest in peace.
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