In book form, the Storrs Lectures at the Yale School of Law, dealing this year with existing administrative agencies, their growth in power, until now they are virtually another branch of government. Interstate Commerce Commission, from 1887 to today; the economic breakdown and demand for speedy action results in an administrative approach to problems (i.e. the Securities Exchange Commission). Illuminating, scholarly approach to a much discussed problem. As former chairman of the S.E.C. he is well qualified.