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The Shallow End of the Deep State

(Steven Hayward) I’m not sure whether I have yet written here about why I’m not wild about the newly popular term “deep state,” which has become shorthand for the longer term I and many others have been using for a long time—the “administrative state.” The two terms overlap, but are not essentially the same thing. The “administrative state” refers to the Progressive constitutionalism
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