This book on case study of the Federal Trade Commission appropriations crisis of 1980 is intended to provide historical understanding of the network relationships between the public and private sectors in the United States during our modern period.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Critique of the 1969 Critique of The Federal Trade Commission, Also Known as The Little Old Lady of Pennsylvania Avenue 3. 1969-1970: Consumerist Capture Strategy: 1969-1970 4. 1971-1972: Soldering the Political Triangle 5. 1973-1974: The Antitrust Catholicon 6. 1975-1976: The Magnuson-Moss Culmination 7. 1977-1978: Contraction in the Regulatory Cycle 8. 1979-1980: Congress Retrieves the Federal Trade Commission 9. 1980-1985: Loose Ends 10. Conclusion