Class Two -- Friday, January 31st | Howell E. Jackson | January 07, 2015


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Class Two -- Friday, January 31st

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This class is an introduction to the evolution of budgeting in the United States. The principal reading is from Chapter Two of Allen Schick, The Federal Budget: Politics, Policy, Process (3rd ed., 2007), but you should also read over several contemporaneous treatments of budget policy in the post-World War II era, emphasizing the evolution from traditional budgeting circa 1964 (described in the excerpt from Aaron Widavsky's classic work) through the Seven-Year Budget War that followed (chronicled in the Allen Schick excerpt and epitomized by Train v. City of New York, 420 U.S. 35 (1975)). You need only skim the excerpts from the 1958 Congressional Digest. EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST

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January 07, 2015

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Howell E. Jackson

James S. Reid, Jr. Professor of Law

Harvard University

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