By Anika Horowitz


Now, more than ever, the American administrative state is experiencing a legitimacy crisis. When the administrative state was conceived, there was a belief that bureaucrats would neutrally follow the will of the legislature. But, as laws became more technical, administrative state advocates argued that unelected experts in specialized fields would have a comparative advantage in interpreting broad provisions of laws passed by Congress.

Taming the Administrative S... by Hoover Institution

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