Synopses & Reviews
Based on firsthand interviews with directly involved sources, as well as on original research, this volume is a commentary on the personalities and the politics of a federal regulatory agency during a period of philosophical upheaval. This book carefully and authoritatively analyzes issues concerning the FCC's decision, filling a gap in the literature on deregulation's effect on federal regulatory policymaking. It will be of interest to policy analysts and government leaders inside and outside of communications.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-196) and indexes.