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The modern American administrative state is a regime of lawmaking by ad hoc managed democracy. It is the product of modern affluence and technology-which have reduced political transactions costs, increased demands for government intervention, and enabled Congress to supply the increased demands by transferring lawmaking to executive agencies. Specialized, hierarchical agencies can employ communication and information technology much more thoroughly than a conflict-riven legislature, anddoi:10.1093/jla/law003 fatcat:33lj2ycl5bdnro5lujkpgpi2g4