Remarks of James C. Miller III Before the National Economists Club: Government Economic and Social Regulation: What is It, What Can Be Done and What Are We Doing About It?

by James C. Miller on November 20, 1975
by James C. Miller

“Thank you. I am pleased and privileged to address such a distinguished and prestigious group. In these remarks, I would like to place in perspective the case that can be made for regulatory reform, and here I will distinguish between the conventional “economic” regulatory agencies and what the President calls “social” regulation — that is, regulation affecting health and safety. Next, I shall turn to some of the strategic problems in obtaining regulatory reform, and will conclude with a brief description of the Administration’s program. At the end of my remarks, I shall be glad to respond to any questions you might have…”

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