Clyde Wayne Crews notes that the administrative state is illegitimate on many different levels.
John Hasnas offers a simple proposal that, if adopted, would rein in the administrative state.
Philip Wallach responds to his critics on how to rein in the administrative state.
Adrian Vermeule recommends some clarity in the discussion of the administrative state's legitimacy.
Clyde Wayne Crews details some of the more egregious recent cases of bureaucratic lawmaking.
Nondelegation makes sense, says Professor Hasnas, in a world of less than perfect representatives.
Clyde Wayne Crews says that the administrative state fails by its own proposed standard, expertise.
Philip Wallach sums up the implications of this month's debate, particularly for big-L Libertarians.