The Public Interest

The new “social regulation”

James C. Miller III & William Lilley III

Spring 1977

THE last few years have witnessed a quiet explosion in the scope and pervasiveness of federal regulation. Beyond a small group of experts and practitioners, however, little notice has been taken, even though this constitutes a significant change in the relationship between the federal government and the private sector, with highly significant economic and political implications.

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