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Peter J. Wallison | Encounter Books
by David Davenport via Defining Ideas
A new book proposes a rollback of the administrative state.
by Michael J. Boskin via PolicyEd
There are often economic, health, safety, environmental, and other benefits that justify regulation. But it is important to keep in mind that many of them create a drag on the economy by imposing costs or stifling innovation and competition. Once implemented, we need to track their impact and periodically reevaluate them. An ongoing goal should be to achieve the original goals at a lower cost.
Peter J. Wallison | RealClearPolitics
Peter J. Wallison | AEIdeas
Not all administrations are willing to abandon due process and legal restrictions to achieve certain policy ends. But we risk this kind of lawlessness in the future unless administrative power is limited by law.