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The Independent Counsel Versus The Attorney General In A Classified Information Procedures Act--Independent Counsel Statute Case, Ronald K. Noble May 1992

The Independent Counsel Versus The Attorney General In A Classified Information Procedures Act--Independent Counsel Statute Case, Ronald K. Noble

Boston College Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Myth Of The Cabinet System: The Need To Restructure Florida's Executive Branch, Joseph W. Landers, Jr. Apr 1992

The Myth Of The Cabinet System: The Need To Restructure Florida's Executive Branch, Joseph W. Landers, Jr.

Florida State University Law Review

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Advice And Consent In Theory And Practice, Roger J. Miner '56 Jan 1992

Advice And Consent In Theory And Practice, Roger J. Miner '56

Federal Court System and Administration

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Reagan, Bush And The Supreme Court, Arthur J. Kropp Jan 1992

Reagan, Bush And The Supreme Court, Arthur J. Kropp

University of Richmond Law Review

What may be the most significant achievement of the Reagan-Bush years is one we have only begun to appreciate: the radical revolution in the federal courts. After nearly three terms of conservative presidents bent on remaking the federal judiciary, the courts have been transformed. They are far more conservative, and, despite Administration rhetoric to the contrary, decidedly more activist.


From Prerogative To Accountability: The Amenability Of The President To Suit, Laura Krugman Ray Jan 1992

From Prerogative To Accountability: The Amenability Of The President To Suit, Laura Krugman Ray

Kentucky Law Journal

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Can Buckley Clear Customs?, Harold H. Bruff Jan 1992

Can Buckley Clear Customs?, Harold H. Bruff

Articles

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Controlling Congress: Presidential Influence In Domestic Fiscal Policy, Michael A. Fitts, Robert Inman Jan 1992

Controlling Congress: Presidential Influence In Domestic Fiscal Policy, Michael A. Fitts, Robert Inman

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

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The Need For Affordable Housing: The Constitutional Viability Of Inclusionary Zoning, 26 J. Marshall L. Rev. 75 (1992), Serena M. Williams Jan 1992

The Need For Affordable Housing: The Constitutional Viability Of Inclusionary Zoning, 26 J. Marshall L. Rev. 75 (1992), Serena M. Williams

UIC John Marshall Law Review

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Judicial Deference To Executive Precedent, Thomas W. Merrill Jan 1992

Judicial Deference To Executive Precedent, Thomas W. Merrill

Faculty Scholarship

In 1984, the Supreme Court adopted a new framework for determining when courts should defer to interpretations of statutes by administrative agencies. Previous decisions had looked to multiple contextual factors in answering this question. Chevron U.S., Inc. v. National Resources Defense Council, Inc. appeared to reject this approach and require that federal courts defer to any reasonable interpretation by an agency charged with administration of a statute, provided Congress has not clearly specified a contrary answer. The Court justified this new general rule of deference by positing that Congress has implicitly delegated interpretative authority to all agencies charged with ...