Tenure of Office Under the Constitution: A Study in Law and Public Policy
This book discusses the political legal processes and governmental policies of social sciences. The book consists of seven chapters divided in three parts about the political justification of independence of tenure such as the background and classification of federal boards and commissions, the administrative tribunal, the independence of other boards, agencies and officers, legal versus customary safeguards of independence, a constitutional theory of the removal power, the Myers decision versus the Myers opinion, and factors in the legal problem. This book is suitable for research on political legal processes and governmental policies.
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