Tag Archives: Applied Administrative Law

Analysis on ATF’s Regulation of Reviewing Whether Certain Projectiles Are “Primarily Intended for Sporting Purposes”

 Analysis on ATF’s Regulation of Reviewing Whether Certain Projectiles Are “Primarily Intended for Sporting Purposes”  Thesis: The ATF’s proposal has its merits, which reflect the fundamental function of government and its nature of public good. However, the proposal doesn’t represent … Continue reading

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AL and American Bureaucracy

How well our bureaucratic system protects liberty?  In his book, Bureaucracy, Von Mises outlines his view that administrative agencies are a serious threat to liberty.  Do you agree or disagree?  Are the protections for liberty adequate to answer the concerns of … Continue reading

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“Hard Look” and “Soft Look”

Part I. Q1: Does the application of the “hard look” and “soft look” as described in the chapter seem arbitrary or sensible to you? Why? The application of the two approaches of “hard look” and “soft look” are more sensible … Continue reading

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