The Regulators" Revenge The Future of Telecommunications Deregulation by Tom Bell

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Published by Cato Institute .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Public Policy - General,
  • United States,
  • Mass Media,
  • Mass Communication Law,
  • Telecommunications,
  • Current Affairs,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Telecommunication,
  • Government - U.S. Government,
  • Political Science / Reference,
  • Deregulation,
  • Law and legislation

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages152
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8683665M
ISBN 10188257768X
ISBN 109781882577682

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The Regulators' Revenge: The Future of Telecommunications Deregulation Hardcover – Aug by Tom W. Bell (Editor), Soveig Singleton (Editor) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Format: Hardcover. This is the prequel to Desperation.

Read The Regulators BEFORE reading Desperation. Desperation will make much more sense after reading The Regulators. It is really neat how the dust Jackets of the two books match up to make a panoramic picture.

If you like Stephen King (he is Richard Bachman) you will like both of these books/5(). The Regulators gained some revenge by storming the area around Seven Rivers, capturing and killing Manuel Segovia, the cowboy who had killed Frank McNab.

J the Regulators were surrounded in Lincoln at the McSween house. Facing them. The Regulators is one of King's best books.

It showcases all o I would go out on a limb and say that King fans that do not actively love this book have forgotten the face of their father. At the very least they've completely forgotten the joys of being young and imaginative/5.

The Lincoln County Regulators was made up of a group of young men ranging from 14 to 30 years old which began as a deputized posse seeking revenge for the death of their boss and friend, John Tunstall. Active during the Lincoln County War in New Mexico, a conflict between cattle barons, the group was formed just days after Tunstall was ambushed and killed by Lincoln County Sheriff William.

The Regulators is the 37th (or 38th) book published by Stephen King; it was his 31st (or 32nd) novel, and the sixth written under the pseudonym of Richard Bachman.

It was the first of Bachman's two "trunk-novels," being described as a manuscript discovered by Bachman's widow following his "death." The book was released by Dutton on 24 Septemberon the same day The Regulators Revenge book its "twinner-novel.

The Regulators, without battle plan, officers, or discipline, scrambled for cover. Soon men were crouched behind rocks and trees, each man waging his own private war against the unified militia. The battle lasted two hours. Then the Regulators' fire slackened and the militia's cannon ceased.

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The Regulators: InKing released two books simultaneously — one under his own name and one under his retired pseudonym, Richard Bachman. Meant to be carnival mirror reflections of each.

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When his best friend takes a bullet with his name on it, the Revenger straps on his LeMat and once again looks to get his revenge. The Regulators was a book written by Richard Bachman (Aka Stephen King) so it would be awesome if this was a movie or a tv movie (like some Stephen King movies) that should last maybe 3 or 4 episodes.

In it was discussed that it would turn into a TV series so this would be a perfect cast for it. The Regulators story takes place in about a 90 minute window with diary entries and flashbacks filling in the spaces, so there are several points where this book drags on and on.

The saving grace to this audiobook is Frank Muller, who returns to read another King story after a severe motorcycle accident about a decade ago. Originally posted on Blip many years ago, this is the entire series of Regulators posted in one video. Posted here on youtube mainly as a way to archive all the work put into this series.

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Murphy answers only to /5(4). Get this from a library. Regulators' revenge: the future of telecommunications deregulation. [Tom W Bell; Solveig Singleton;] -- "The Telecommunications Act of has failed to fulfill its deregulatory promise. The act in many cases has replaced regulated monopoly with eerily similar regulated competition.

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The two novels represent parallel universes relative to one another, and most of the characters present in one novel's world also exist in the other novel's reality, albeit in different circumstances.

Additionally, the hardcover first. The book sees an unlikely partnership between a police woman, the Regulators organization, internet hackers and criminal masterminds working to stop a terrorist plot. Action and plot twists kept my attention through the whole book.

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On Poplar Street, apart from the impending storm, it's just a normal summer. I have noticed several “big ideas” that recur in Stephen King's works.

Taken together, these ideas provide a worldview that I find very compelling, which is probably why I enjoy King’s writing so much. The following are the seven major themes that. Scurlock joined Billy the Kid, ranchers George and Frank Coe, and forty others to exact revenge, calling themselves the Regulators.

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Now the Dolan side struck back. Dolan's gunmen and newly appointed sheriff, George Peppin and his men, had the McSween house surrounded with Alex McSween and many of the Regulators trapped in side.

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The Regulators is a novel by Stephen King alter ego Richard Bachman. In this novel, an entire neighborhood is terrorized by the mind of an eight year old autistic boy. This boy's mind has been hijacked by an ancient creature that is forced to take a human host in order to use its powers to control and torture those around it to gain energy.

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