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In 1960, James M. Landis drafted this "Report on Regulatory Agencies to the President-Elect" and submitted it to President-elect (Sen.) John F. Kennedy, reexamining the federal regulatory commissions and administrative agencies' structures and powers. He recommended such reforms as strengthening the commissions' chairpersons and streamlining the agencies' procedures. The Kennedy Administration subsequently adopted many of the recommendations.
This historic and insightful monograph is now available as a quality ebook, featuring active Contents and accurate reproduction of the original report. Part of the Legal Legends Series from Quid Pro Books.
James McCauley Landis (1899-1964) was a lawyer, law professor, government official, and legal advisor. More specifically, he was a professor of law and Dean at Harvard Law School and served in various government positions as part of the New Deal, as well as in the Truman Administration. He also served as Special Counsel to President John F. Kennedy.