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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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Independent Agencies in the United States
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Books

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA , OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL, THE ROLE OF THE OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL (1992).

Articles

Carolyn M. Abbate, It’s Time to “Hatch” a New Act: How the OSC’s Interpretation of the Hatch Act Chills Protected Speech, 18 FED. CIR. B.J. 139 (2008).

Scott J. Bloch, The Judgment of History: Faction, Political Machines, and the Hatch Act, 7 U. PA. J. LAB. & EMP. L. 225 (2005).

Thomas M. Devine & Donald G. Aplin, Abuse of Authority: the Office of the Special Counsel and Whistleblower Protection, 4 ANTIOCH L.J. 5 (1986).

Bruce D. Fong, Whistleblower Protection and the Office of Special Counsel: the Development of the Reprisal Law in the 1980s, 40 AM. U. L. REV. 1015 (1991).