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Book Review: Congress at the Crossroads, 56 YALE L.J. 1094 (1947)

Abstract

In all modern industrial
nations the press of technological and social change has completely revolutionized
the processes of government. The sweeping range of state intervention
required to maintain some sort of balance and order in society, the extreme
complexity of formulating and administering that necessary regulation,
the need for constant adjustment and refinement of the controls undertaken,
have combined to raise the problems of modern government to a new and
unprecedented magnitude.

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1947

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