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This Third Edition presents a theoretical framework looking at democracy and the administrative state. The new chapters, present examples of decisions and policies made by unaccountable agencies of nonelected individuals. Administrative Law argues that the President possesses the will to control bureaucracy, but lacks the power to do so, while Congress possesses the power, but lacks the will.