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Independent Agencies in the United StatesLaw, Structure, and Politics$

Marshall J. Breger and Gary J. Edles

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780199812127

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199812127.001.0001

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Books

JAMES H. MCGREW , FERC: FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION (2003).

DAVID W. MILLER , THE COURTS’ VIEW OF REGULATION AT THE FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION (1988).

Articles

J. Evans Atwell, Drawbacks of Federal Natural Gas Regulation, 13 TULSA L.J. 751 (1978).

Conference—Harvard Electricity Policy Group: Regulatory Decisionmaking Reform, 8 ADMIN. L. J. AM. U. 789 (1995).

T. G. Johnson, FERC and the Courts: Evolution of the Commission’s “Discretion,” 42 INST. ON OIL AND GAS L. & TAX’N 3.1 (1991).

Elizabeth Moler, David Ward, Robert C. Platt, Sherman Poland & David Benkin, A Salute: 75 Years for the FPC and FERC, 16 ENERGY L.J. 293 (1995).

Richard G. Morgan & Charles W. Garrison, Enforcement Policies and Procedures of the Federal Regulatory Energy Commission, 15 TULSA L.J. 501 (1980).