Rulemaking: How Government Agencies Write Law and Make Policy
Rulemaking: How Government Agencies Write Law and Make Policy, Second Edition, is a resource for students and practitioners of political science, public administration, and public policy. The volume provides an in-depth look at how federal agencies make the rules that govern U.S. society. Basic rulemaking procedure, the role of judicial consideration, and historical, practical, and theoretical perspectives on rulemaking are discussed.
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Rulemaking: How Government Agencies Write Law and Make Policy, 4th Edition
Cornelius M Kerwin,Scott R Furlong
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