Fixing America’s Dysfunctional Administrative State


Before 1930, America’s administrative state was tiny. Regulatory agencies were few, Federal taxation was low. And social safety net programs were almost non-existent.

Then, the Great Depression and World War II changed all that. To address the crises of the 1930s and 1940s, programs were added on top of other programs. Acceptance of government intrusion in our lives became a central tenet of the postwar consen.....
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