Democratic Process and Administrative Law

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Wayne State University Press, 1980 - Law - 278 pages
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Contents

Preface
9
How Has the Administrative Process Failed?
35
Chapter What and Where Is Administrative Law?
59
Do the Doctrines of Separation and Delegation
75
Can RuleMaking Be Made Democratic?
95
Fairness in Administrative Adjudication
115
How Do Courts Review Administrative Action?
157
Should Governments and Officers Be Liable
181
Conclusion
209
Federal Administrative Procedure Act
227
Revised Model State Administrative
251
Index
273
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