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Adam White and Jace Lington talk with Judge Glock, director of research and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, about how progressive reformers designed independent regulatory commissions to replace the function of juries, the subject of his new article in Regulation magazine. Glock argues that the original approach to staffing regulatory commissions during the Progressive Era focused on balancing political and sectional interests and not on previous academic expertise.
– The Novice Administrative State: The Function of Regulatory Commissions in the Progressive Era, Studies in American Political Development (Forthcoming, April 2023)
– The Origins of the Novice Administrative State, Regulation Magazine (Spring 2023)
– FTC Independence after Seila Law (Gray Center Working Paper 22-02)
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