- Title Pages
- Prologue: World A (Agreement) and World B (Boilerplate)
Chapter OneAn Overview of Worlds A and B
Chapter TwoNormative Degradation
Chapter ThreeDemocratic Degradation
Chapter FourA Summary of the Philosophy of Contract
Chapter FiveCan Autonomy Theory (Agreement, Consent) Justify Boilerplate Deletion of Rights?
Chapter SixCan Utilitarian-Welfare (Economic) Theory Justify Boilerplate Deletion of Rights?
Chapter SevenEvaluating Current Judicial Oversight
Chapter EightCan Current Oversight Be Improved?
Chapter NineImproving Evaluation of Boilerplate
Chapter Ten“Private” Reform Ideas
Chapter ElevenReconceptualizing (Some) Boilerplate under Tort Law
Chapter Twelve“Public” and Hybrid Regulatory Solutions
Afterword:What’s Next for Boilerplate?
Margaret Jane Radin
- Princeton University Press
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