A nice synopsis of a book that I would like to read.
An even briefer summary:
- Much of our lives today are ruled by "Administrative Law" -- all the permits, paperwork, etc that accretes around government is one example.
- Administrative Law is in no way "modern or new", it is OLD and nasty, it has been used forever by rulers to gain as much power as possible.
- It is EXPLICITLY Unconstitutional
- It grows like a weed because any administrative organization becomes rent-seeking and wants to perpetuate and expand it's power.
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