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The Folklore of Regulation

Everett C. McKeage
American Bar Association Journal
Vol. 48, No. 3 (MARCH 1962), pp. 222-225
Published by: American Bar Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25721909
Page Count: 4
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Abstract

The author first discusses some of the beliefs that have grown up in the field of regulation and considers the nature of the regulatory process. Becoming more particular, he then analyzes the charges of misconduct, inefficiency and feet-dragging of certain of the federal regulatory agencies contained in the report made to President Kennedy by Dean James M. Landis ("Report on Regulatory Agencies to the President-Elect", December, 1960).

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