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Introduction.......................................................................................... 1053 I. The Uses and Shortcomings of Rational Choice Theory ................ 1060 A. Conceptions of Rational Choice Theory ................................... 1060 1. The Definitional Version ................................................... 1061 2. The(More)
Due process protections and other constitutional restrictions normally ensure that citizens cannot be tried and punished for political dissent, but these same restrictions interfere with criminal convictions of terrorists and others who pose a nonimmediate but real threat to public safety. To counter these threats, governments may use various subterfuges to(More)
The interpretation of uncertainty is frequently a source of conflict in deciding on an appropriate course of action regarding the remediation of radioactive waste sites. Experts and laypeople may disagree on the uncertainty involving critical driving factors-political, economic, social, and technical (PEST)-of a proposed remediation. Questions such as, what(More)
Federal agencies are deeply involved in both the foreground and shadows of legislative drafting. In the foreground, agencies draft the substantive legislation the Administration desires to submit to Congress. In the shadows, agencies provide confidential “technical drafting assistance” on legislation that originates with congressional staffers. This(More)
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