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The reorganization plan method seems to provide a compromise procedure for safeguarding congressional interests while permitting presidential initiative and thus preventing deadlocks President’s Advisory Committee on Management, 1952; Mansfield, 1969; 1970, but there is little consensus on the details of appropriate procedures.
The President’s Advisory Committee on Management 1952 also suggested that such “secondary consequences” as a general change in the climate of opinion could well turn out in the long run to be more consequential than the immediate recommendations; and Herbert Hoover listed as one of the purposes of the Hoover Commission “to open the doors of understanding of the functions of government to our people at large.
President’s Advisory Committee on Management, 72, 87
When, just two weeks after the conference, Verstraeten gave a boiled-down version of his report to an open meeting of the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, Lyn Redwood was among those in attendance.
Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices of ACIP, 152–53, 173
“Part of the criticism of the vaccine advisory panels such as the ACIP”—the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices—“was that manufacturers, developers, people with a vested interest in vaccines were on the panel,” McCormick says.