Excessive Regulation: The Case of Federal Aid to Education
HOHN E. CHUBB discusses the role of federal regulations in the implementation of Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and of the Vocational Education Act. The evidence, he concludes, indicates that regulation in these cases is not excessive and that deregulated alternatives would be less efficient.
Nuclear Politics: Energy and the State in the United States, Sweden, and France, James M. Jasper Reviewed by John E. Chubb
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North Korea and the West
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