BOOK REVIEW: 'Judicial Fortitude' by Peter Wallison
The Washington Times -

JUDICIAL FORTITUDE: THE LAST CHANCE TO REIN IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE STATE By Peter Wallison Encounter Books, $23.99, 216 pages Over the past 50 years, we have been evolving from a government by the rule of congressional law into a new extra-constitutional administrative state comprised of politically unaccountable federal agencies that


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