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The late, great Kenneth Culp Davis was known for many things, but humility was not among them. He knew the answers; he knew them better than did the Supreme Court; and he knew that he knew them. So it is remarkable that there was a problem in administrative law he found “baffling.” That was the distinction between legislative rules, interpretive rules, and statements of policy.

Publication Date

4-16-2018

Publisher

Jotwell: The Journal of Things We Like (Lots)

Disciplines

Administrative Law

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