The American Bureaucracy: The Core of Modern Government
THE AMERICAN BUREACRACY is well known and widely respected for presenting a fair, balanced, and concise treatment of the U.S. Bureaucracy. Its never-cynical approach to the history, trends, and future of the American Bureaucracy has won it very high regard. Thorough attention is given to the study of how the government works to provide a multitude of services and protection to the American people, and current literature, charts, and data are incorporated and synthesized into the text.
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THE RISE OF AMERICAN BUREAUCRACY
EXTERNAL FORCES SHAPING MODERN
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