Smoking and Politics : Policy Making and the Federal Bureaucracy / Edition 5by A. Lee Fritschler
Pub. Date: 07/11/1995
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
This volume considers why government agencies and bureaucracies have become important and how they operate in influencing and even creating public policy.Explores and analyzes the processes of bureaucratic (governmental) policy decision making by focusing on a single contemporary issue the government's efforts to discourage cigarette smoking by requiring warning labels on cigarette packages and advertisements.
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Table of Contents1. Cigarettes and the Policy Process.
2. Smoking and Administrative Politics.
3. The Advisory Committee and New Policy Directions.
4. Development of Administrative Policy-Making Powers.
5. Procedures Used in Administrative Policy Making.
6. The Rule-Making Hearings.
7. Congressional Power and Agency Policy Making.
8. Congress and the Bureaucracy: A Balance of Power?
9. The Bureaucracy and Democratic Policy Making.
Appendix I: Chronology of Important Events in the Cigarette Regulation Controversy.
Appendix II: Federal Trade Commission's Trade Regulation Rule on Cigarette Labeling and Advertising (29 FR 8325) Subchapter D — Trade Regulation Rules.
Suggestions for Further Reading.
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