San Diego Law Review

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This Article focuses on the debate regarding whether the federal government is the problem or solution to our nation’s problems. The Author describes the purposes for which government has acted and reasons that these results could not have been achieved without public decision making and action by the federal government. The Author doubts that the withdrawal of the federal bureaucracy and the shift to state and local bureaucracies will not help our country’s social problems, and he argues that the federal government is the solution.

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