The Structure of Regulatory Revolutions

Adam J. White

Notice & Comment | 2017

“Today the most important book in administrative law is one that was written a half-century ago—but not by Kenneth Culp Davis, or Walter Gellhorn, or James Landis, or the other legends of administrative law. The author was a scientist, Thomas S. Kuhn, and the book is The Structure of Scientific Revolutions.”

U.S. Supreme Court building, Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division

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