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Bureaucracy and Trusteeship in Large Corporations, 76th Congress, 3rd Session, 1941.

United States. Temporary National Economic Committee.

Bureaucracy and Trusteeship in Large Corporations, 76th Congress, 3rd Session, 1941.

by United States. Temporary National Economic Committee.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesUS Temporary National Economic Committee Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power Monograph -- 11
ContributionsDimock, Marshall E., Hyde, Howard K.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21754390M

  According to American Government, the Essentials, 11th Edition: "A tailor-made, name-request job offered to a person at the insistence of a member of Congress who wants a political supporter taken care of; more often it is made available because the bureaucracy itself knows whom it wishes to hire and wants to circumvent an elaborate search. Herring E. Pendleton, "Social Forces and The Reorganization of the Federal Bureaucracy". The Southwestern Social Science Quarterly (): This was one of Pendleton's own works and it give a view at some of his ideological views regarding the government Bureaucracy. In this book Herring debates the need for federal reform.

  Government corporations have independent boards and are intended to run like private corporations. They handle a specific function, such as the postal system or the passenger railroad, which Congress believes would not be handled effectively by private businesses, either because of the huge scope of the operation or because of issues of. Crenson and Rourke’s essay “By Way of Conclusion: American Bureaucracy since World War II”, in Galambos’s edited collection The New American State, provides a brief introduction to the accounts may be found in Rourke’s own Bureaucracy, Politics, and Public Policy (3rd edn) and “Bureaucracy in the American Constitutional Order”, Political Science Quarterly, vol. Author: Nigel Bowles.

! 4! !each!of!these!principals,!particularly!the!legislatures,!may!give!voice! toconflictingconcernsofdifferentinterests.!iii!Inprinciple File Size: KB. A pernicious narrative persists today among fans and critics of executive power alike, which goes something like this: the real power in the U.S. government lies not with the elected President, not with his politically appointed cabinet officials, and not with members of Congress. That power rests instead in the hands of an organized network of nefarious, all-powerful, faceless bureaucrats.


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