2003 • $52.00 • paper
Tags: Administrative Law
The field of Administrative Law is engaged in a broad range of debates about fundamental premises, including controversies about how to interpret statutes, how much deference a court should give to an agency's interpretation of a statute, what values should be stressed in the doctrine of procedural due process, and the appropriate relationships of agencies with courts, Congress, and the President. The Administrative Law Anthology provides perspectives on doctrine that are difficult to gain from the cases alone. Each section has a short introduction summarizing the excerpts. In a basic course, student understanding of cases is enriched by reading the first two excerpts in a section, which generally present competing views. Additional readings provide material for those seeking to go more deeply into particular subjects. Each section also has a bibliography.
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