Volume 52, Number 3
Summer 2000

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ANNUAL REGULATION OF BUSINESS FOCUS: PRIVATIZATION

Private Parties, Public Functions and the New Administrative Law
Jody Freeman

Public Purpose and Private Service: The Twentieth Century Culture of Contracting Out and the Evolving Law of Diffused Sovereignty
Daniel Guttman

How Changes in the Federal Register Can Help Improve Regulatory Accountability
Robert W. Hahn


RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYMPOSIUM

Introduction
Leonard M. Baynes

Paradoxes of Racial Stereotypes, Diversity and Past Discrimination in Establishing Affirmative Action in FCC Broadcast Licensing
Leonard M. Baynes

Negotiating Competition
Lawrence R. Freedman
Richard L. Davis

Is the Telecommunications Act of 1996 Working?
Michael Glover
Donna Epps

Telecommunications in the Twenty-First Century Global Perspectives on Community and Diaspora Among NetCitizens
Madeleine Mercedes Plasencia


COMMENTARY

A Taxonomy of Federal Agency Rules
Robert A. Anthony


NOTES & COMMENTS

U.S. West, Inc. v. FCC: Exposing the Deficiencies in Government Attempts to Protect Customer Privacy
Brian A. Kelley

The NLRB’s (Slowly) Developing Beck Jurisprudence: Defending a Right in a Politicized Agency
Brian J. Woldow