This is an ambitious, impressive, and, I think, important book. (Alfred E. Kahn)
A solid contribution to the reform of regulation, approaching the subject with the incisiveness, lucidness, and logical thinking which is a Breyer hallmark. (Senator Paul Laxalt)
A book of central importance in the growing national debate over government regulation...that more than any other, is likely to shape the future course of the issue in the 1980s. (Senator Edward M. Kennedy)
A superb text for instructing law students on the practical context of administrative law. (Louis B. Schwartz)
An excellent summary of regulatory practice and policy...It tells us how regulation works, when it fails, where it should be changed, and what to do to change it. (American Political Science Review)
--Lloyd N. Cutler --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.