Several issues concerning constitutionality of the Renegotiation Act were discussed in a previous article. That prior inquiry was, of course, not complete, nor is it possible here to exhaust all of these problems. The changes which the Revenue Act of 1943 made in renegotiation together with the manifest importance of this subject and the national interest which has been created by the challenges made concerning its constitutionality warrant further inquiry into this phase of the act. The issues of delegation of legislative authority, impairment of contracts, due process and judicial review, as well as the nature of renegotiation as a price regulating measure will be examined.
Charles W. Steadman,
A FURTHER LEGAL INQUIRY INTO RENEGOTIATION: II,
Mich. L. Rev.
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