TITLE

The Anti-Bureaucrats

PUB. DATE
April 1940
SOURCE
New Republic;4/15/40, Vol. 102 Issue 16, p492
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Comments on the introduction of the Logan-Celler legislative bill in the U.S. Congress that would provide control over administrative agencies. Citation of provision inhibiting independent bureaus from establishing its rules and procedures without public hearings; Notice on the creation of a Court of Appeals to handle complaints against the internal actions of agencies; Assertion on the impracticality of public hearings; Argument on the attempt to reform people's characters by statute.
ACCESSION #
14928945

 

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