Is the Telecommunications Act of 1996 Broken?: If So, how Can We Fix It?
J. Gregory Sidak
AEI Press, 1999 - Business & Economics - 119 pages
Influential industry and government leaders speak out on the first major overhaul of US communications policy in over 60 years. Contributors include: F. Duane Ackerman; William P. Barr; Thomas J. Bliley; Paul W. MacAvoy; Richard D. McCormick; Gregory Sidak; Robert D. Willig; and John D. Zeglis.
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