This book both describes and criticizes the regulatory policies of the Federal Communications Commission (F.C.C.). If accepted, these criticisms would result in a comprehensive alteration of current F.C.C. policies. Originally published in 1971

chapter |12 pages


part |2 pages

Part One: The Spectrum System

part |2 pages

Part Two: Alternatives in Spectrum Allocation and Management

chapter IV|32 pages

Freely Transferable Rights

chapter VI|16 pages

New Administrative Techniques

chapter VII|24 pages

The Case for Secondary Rights

part |2 pages

Part Three: The Level of Spectrum Development

part |2 pages

Part Four: Allocation, Regulation, Prices, and Service