PODCAST: “Bureaucracy in America: The Administrative State and American Constitutionalism” An Interview with Prof. Joseph Postell

In late July 2018, JWI’s Deputy Director Garrett Snedeker and Intern Gregory Mill shared a discussion with Prof. Joseph Postell, author of the book Bureuacracy in America: The Administrative State and American Constitutionalism (University of Missouri Press, 2017). Prof. Postell is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. Postell has written an intellectual history of the administrative state, arguing that, while it has attempted to fulfill democratic principles, the modern administrative state has strayed from the previous accountability of its past. To listen, click on the link above.

Bureaucracy in America: The Administrative State and American Constitutionalism is available from University of Missouri press here.

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