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- HOW MUCH SHOULD AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW COURSE ACCOMPLISH?: A RESPONSE TO SCHOTLAND'S FIVE EASY PIECES
- Richard J. Pierce, Jr.
- Administrative Law Review, Vol. 43, No. 1 (WINTER 1991), pp. 123-126
- Subjects: Law, Public Policy & Administration, Management & Organizational Behavior
- Key terms: agency, schotland, spend, course, don, piece, judicial, know, easy, decisionmaking, shadow, time, oversight, institutional, shouldn, congressional, student, commission, state, enough, corporate, discus, implication, political, discussing
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