Speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, notes, reports, studies, statistics, clippings, and other printed matter
relating to domestic policy in the United States during the presidential administration of Ronald Reagan, and especially to
policy regarding regulation of commerce, planning and implementation of the federal budget, and administration of federal
James C. Miller III is an American economist, former US government official, and Hoover Institution senior fellow. He has
held numerous government positions throughout his career, including chairman of the Federal Trade Commission (1981-1985) and
director of the Office of Management and Budget (1985-1988). In 1981, Miller was administrator for the Office of Information
and Regulatory Affairs and executive director for Vice President George H.W. Bush's Presidential Task Force on Regulatory
Relief. Between 1977 and 1981, he was a resident scholar at the Center for the Study of Government Regulation at the American
Enterprise Institute, serving as co-director of the center from 1978 to 1981.
177 manuscript boxes
(73.8 linear feet)
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