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Through his critical appraisal of Pennsylvania, a leading state in the formative years of the Republic, Louis Hartz advances the perhaps startling thesis that the contemporary theory of “laissez-faire” actually embraced a vigorous concept of state economic responsibility. A publication of the Committee on Research in Economic History, Social Science Research Council.