The committee report described some "bureaucrats" who were "contemptuous of both the Congress and the courts; disregardful
of the rights of the governed; and for lack of sufficient legal control over them, a few develop Messiah complexes." (419) New Dealer Representative Emmanuel Celler of New York filed a dissenting report, saying that it was wrong to adopt a general administrative law measure to deal with the isolated misdeeds of one or two agencies.
Ohio governor Daley utilized the same work-relief program to build a personal political machine so disregardful
of democratic principles that the federal government eventually seized control of the WPA's programs there.
Instead of listening the teacher responses like "They do not know", "They are disregardful
", "They haven't learned" or the whimpers like "These are all utopia, here come and do yourself", it is better to explain them the reflective teaching as a counseling action.
"[U]nnecessary and wanton infliction of pain." (54) The dictionary defines "wanton" as "immoral, senseless, unjustifiable, recklessly disregardful
of justice or decency." (55) If Justice Scalia was correct, and only wanton unnecessary pain was prohibited, it would beg the question to characterize all purposefully painful punishment as wanton.
(49.) For the closely related argument that due process is a limit on law chosen through a method disregardful
of the content and policy of the chosen law, see Louise Weinberg, Theory Wars in the Conflict of Laws, 103 MICH.