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[Pages 363-398]
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Introduction
I.  The Nondelegation Doctrine
    A.  Delegation in the Early Years
    B.  Delegation in the New Deal Era
    C.  Delegation and the Administrative State
    D.  Delegation and Whitman v. American Trucking Associations, Inc.
II.  “Committed to Agency Discretion”
    A. Citizens to Preserve Overton Park, Inc. v. Volpe
    B.  An Increasingly Broader Application of Overton Park
III.  It’s All or Nothing: The Logical Inconsistency Presented by Nondelegation and “Committed
to Agency Discretion”

    A.  Standards for Nondelegation and “Committed to Agency Discretion”
    B.  Sources of Intelligible Principles and “Law to Apply”
    C.  Intelligible Principles, “Law to Apply,” and Judicial Review
    D.  The False Dilemma
    E.  The Real Dilemma
Conclusion