The American bar has frequently criticized the everincreasing use of administrative agencies to handle legal problems. On the other hand, the bar itself has frequently been criticized by the lay public for its failure to expand legal machinery and legal concepts so as to meet a rapidly changing world. The bar, known for its ability to appraise honestly its own shortcomings, has often posed this question: "Would the administrative agencies be so frequently and consistently set up by law-making bodies if they did not supply a real need?"
Bennett, E. Kontz
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