The purpose of this Note is to examine the judicial review of the FCC’s quasi-judicial powers. Part II explores the FCC’s EEO regulations and the appropriate standard of review for racial classifications. Part III reviews the particular facts of this case and the holding of the court. Finally, Part IV analyzes the court’s decision as a protection of the separation of powers doctrine.
Holder, Pamela J.
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