The Legal Foundations of Public Administration

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Rowman & Littlefield, 2005 - 352 頁
The third edition of this highly respected textbook introduces students of public administration to the practical issues of administrative law. While useful to law school students, it is most relevant to public management students. The presentation provides a concise foundation to the history and theory of administrative law, rule making, and judicial decisions. The most important issues in administrative law are included-meaningful issues for present and future administrators. A larger number of recent cases and other up-to-date information will be found in the book in order to make the student aware of the kinds of legal problems likely to be encountered in public agencies. One or two cases illustrate each problem at hand, rather than discussing numerous arcane court decisions and technicalities of legal procedure, in order to sketch the broad contours of the present law.

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Administrative Authority and Law
1
Types of Agencies Encompassed by Administrative Law
2
Administrative Law as a Unified Subject
4
The Administrative Process
5
Investigatory Power
6
Informal Activity and the Exercise of Discretion
7
The Political Component of Administrative Law
8
Weiner v United States
11
Rule Making
150
Notice and Comment
151
Exemptions to Notice and Comment and Other RuleMaking Procedures
152
Informal and Formal Rule Making
153
United States v Florida East Coast Ry Co
155
Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Corp v Natural Resources Defense Council Inc
158
Deregulation and Rule Making
160
Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Association v State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company
161

A Note on Analyzing Court Cases
14
Briefing a Case
15
Origin and Development of the Administrative Process
19
The Administrative Process and American Government
21
The Administrative Procedure Act of 1946
23
The Administrative Procedure Act at a Half Century
26
Framing a Lasting Congressional Response to the Administrative State
27
A Celebration Not a Puzzlement
35
Administrative Procedure and the Decline of Responsibility
37
Administrative Law in the 21st Century
40
A Century of Administrative Law Literature
42
PostWorld War II Administrative Law Scholarship
45
Legislative and Judicial Controls over the Administrative Process
47
Delegation of Power
49
Recent Judicial Views on Nondelegation
53
Admonitions to Congress
55
Judicial Narrowing of Congressional Delegation
56
Whitman Administrator of Environmental Protection Agency v American Trucking Associations Inc
60
The Legislative Veto
63
Immigration and Naturalization Service v Chadha
64
PostChadha Delegation GrammRudmanHollings
68
Congressional Delegation to the Judiciary
70
Judicial Review of Administrative Determinations
75
The Reviewability question
76
Preclusion of Judicial Review
79
Bowen v Michigan Academy of Family Physicians
81
Administrative Actions Committed by Law to Agency Discretion
84
Citizens to Preserve Overton Park Inc v Volpe
85
Lincoln v Vigil
89
Exhaustion and Standing
91
Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies
92
Porter v Nussle
93
Standing
96
Scope of Judicial Review
101
Substantial Evidence
103
The LawFact Distinction
107
National Labor Relations Board v Hearst Publications Inc
108
Scope of Judicial Review after the Chevron Case
112
The Internal Administrative Process
115
Investigatory Power
117
The Subpoena Power and Related Processes
119
Oklahoma Press Pub Co v Walling
120
Legality of Investigative Devices
122
United States v Euge
123
The Inspection of Premises
126
Camara v Municipal Court of the City and County of San Francisco
127
Warrants in Administrative Investigations
130
Marshall v Barlows Inc
131
Diverging Trends?
134
New York v Burger
136
Donovan v Lone Steer Inc
140
Rules and Rule Making
143
Rules in General
145
Three Kinds of Rules
146
United States v Piccotto
148
Rule Making and Its Control
164
The Role of Congress
165
The Role of the Courts
170
The Right to Be Heard and Adjudicatory Policy Making
171
The RightPrivilege Distinction
172
Goldberg v Kelly
173
Mathews v Eldridge
175
Application of the Mathews Doctrine
179
Model v Virginia Surface Mining and Reclamation Association Inc
180
Civil Forfeiture and Due Process
182
United States v James Daniel Good Real Property
184
Degree of Formality
188
Goss v Lopez
189
Adjudication and Policy Making
193
Securities and Exchange Commission v Chenery Corporation
194
Informal Activity and the Exercise of Discretion
203
An Example of Informal Activity
205
Office of Personnel Management v Richmond
206
Barry JFredericks v Commissioner of Internal Revenue
211
Estoppel Remedies without Estoppel
215
Discretion and Its Control
216
Securities and Exchange Commission v Sloan
218
Elian Gonzalez v Reno
221
Ombudsmen and Others
226
Conclusion
227
Remedies
229
Remedies against Improper Administrative Acts
231
Tort Suits against the Government
232
Dalehite v United States
234
Effects of the Dahelite Case
236
State Tort Liability
241
The Liability of Individual Officers
242
Liability of Judges
243
Liability of Legislators
248
Liability of Other Officials
249
Richardson v McKnight
250
Bivins Actions
252
The Integration of Government and Officers Liability
253
Paying Judgments against Officials from Public Funds
254
Private Legislation and Administrative Settlement of Claims
256
Open Government
259
Environmental Protection Agency v Mink
260
Amendments to the Freedom of Information Act
262
The Privacy Act
264
United States Department of Defense v Federal Labor Relations Authority
265
Sunshine Acts
269
Executive Privilege
270
Conclusion
271
APPENDIXES
273
Source Materials in Administrative Law
275
Administrative Procedure Act
283
The Constitution of the United States of America
331
INDEX
349
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Donald D. Barry is professor emeritus at Lehigh University. He is the author of Russian Politics: The Post-Soviet Phase.
Howard R. Whitcomb is emeritus professor of political science at Lehigh University. He is the co-author of Judicial Administration: Text and Readings.

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