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The new case for bureaucracy

By: Goodsell, Charles T.

145222630X / 9781452226309
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23 cm 176 pages
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Charles Goodsell has long taken the position that U.S. bureaucracy is neither a generalized failure nor sinkhole of waste as mythologized by anti-government ideologues.

Rather, it is one of the most effective and innovate sets of administrative institutions of any government in the world today.

Indispensable to our democracy, it keeps government reliable and dependable to the citizens it serves.

However, The New Case for Bureaucracy goes beyond empirically verifying its quality.

Now an extended essay, written in a conversational tone, Goodsell expects readers to form their own judgments.

At a time when Congress is locked in partisan and factional deadlock, he argues for the increased importance of bureaucrats and discusses how federal agencies must battle to keep alive in terms of resources and be strong enough to retain the integrity of their missions.

While bureaucracy is not a substitute for policymaking by elected officials, it keeps the machinery of government running smoothly to meet the ever changing needs of the country, despite the challenges of federal sequester and shutdown.


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