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Political Science I Bureaucracy
Agencies in the Federal Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy definition and parts
Powers of Bureaucracy
Power Structure in Congress... Congress…
Most under the control of President, few have direct contact…
DEFINITION ... • agencies, bureaus, and offices that handles the…
- bureaucracy operate with autonomy selected individuals are…
JUDICIAL POWERS... Est. federal court system... Punish counterfeite…
Agencies in the Federal Bureaucracy
Most under the control of President, few have direct contact…
Bureaucracy definition and parts
DEFINITION ... • agencies, bureaus, and offices that handles the…
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Political Science The Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
civil servants
political appointees
regulation
the system of civil servants and political appointees who imp…
employees of bureaucratic agencies within the government
people selected by an elected leader, such as the president,…
a rule that allows the government to exercise control over in…
bureaucracy
the system of civil servants and political appointees who imp…
civil servants
employees of bureaucratic agencies within the government
12 terms
Political Science -- Bureaucracy
Federal Bureaucracy
Civil Wat changes
Spoils System... (Patronage System)
Pendleton Act
Federal gov. agencies and institutions that implement and adm…
Department of Agriculture... Pension Office... Authorization of 100…
Firing of public office holders of the defeated party and rep…
Established a Merit System... Based on open, competitive exams... G…
Federal Bureaucracy
Federal gov. agencies and institutions that implement and adm…
Civil Wat changes
Department of Agriculture... Pension Office... Authorization of 100…
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Political Science - Chapter 8 (Bureaucracy)
the thousands of federal government ag…
the firing of public-office holders of…
jobs, grants, or other special favors…
a system of employment based on qualif…
federal bureaucracy
spoils system
patronage
merit system
the thousands of federal government ag…
federal bureaucracy
the firing of public-office holders of…
spoils system
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Political Science Ch.13 The Bureaucracy
Iron Triangle
Independent executive agencies
Whistleblower
Merit System
The three-way alliance among legislators, bureaucrats, and in…
A federal agency that is not part of a cabinet department but…
Someone who brings to public attention gross governmental ine…
The selection, retention, and promotion of government employe…
Iron Triangle
The three-way alliance among legislators, bureaucrats, and in…
Independent executive agencies
A federal agency that is not part of a cabinet department but…
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political science test 2 Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
hierarchical authority
benefits of hierarchical authority
job specialization
a system of organization and control that is based on hierarc…
refers to a chain of command by which the officials and units…
speeds up conflicts and decision making
refers to explicitly defined duties for each job position and…
Bureaucracy
a system of organization and control that is based on hierarc…
hierarchical authority
refers to a chain of command by which the officials and units…
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Political Science Chapter 13 "The Bureaucracy"
Bureaucracy
Weberian Model
Acquisitive Model
Monopolistic Model
A large organization that is structures hierachally to carry…
A model of bureaucracy developed by the German sociologist Ma…
A model of bureaucracy that views top level bureaucrats as se…
A model of bureaucracy that compares bureaucracies to monopol…
Bureaucracy
A large organization that is structures hierachally to carry…
Weberian Model
A model of bureaucracy developed by the German sociologist Ma…
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Political Science Test #2: The Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
3 levels of gov't admin
Civil Servant
Political Appointees
- organizations, agencies, and departments responsible for ca…
federal, state, local (federalism)
members or employees of the bureaucracy... Hired on merit princi…
- Victor goes the spoils... - position filled towards top of the…
Bureaucracy
- organizations, agencies, and departments responsible for ca…
3 levels of gov't admin
federal, state, local (federalism)
Chapter 12 The Bureaucracy: Political Science 150
bureaucracy
Weberian Model
acquisitive model
monopolistic model
a large organization that is structured hierarchically to car…
a model of bureaucracy developed by the German sociologist Ma…
a model of bureaucracy that views top level bureaucrats as se…
a model of bureaucracy that compares bureaucracies to monopol…
bureaucracy
a large organization that is structured hierarchically to car…
Weberian Model
a model of bureaucracy developed by the German sociologist Ma…
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Political Science Exam 3 Presidency and Bureaucracy
Corwin's presidential "hats": pres has…
President has two main roles
Qualifications for president
Formal Powers
o Commander-in-chief hat-leader of military... o Administrative…
Head of State-ceremonial functions... Head of Government
35 years old... US natural born citizen... 14 yr resident of US... 2-t…
Commander-in-chief... Head of exec branch... Power to grant diploma…
Corwin's presidential "hats": pres has…
o Commander-in-chief hat-leader of military... o Administrative…
President has two main roles
Head of State-ceremonial functions... Head of Government
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Political Science Chapter 8 Study Guide The Bureaucracy
what is a bureaucracy
4 ideals of bureaucracy
2 advantages of bureacracy
disadvantages of bureaucracy
a large complex of organization
defined hierarchy, specified mission, chain of command and se…
organize large tasks, concentrations of specific tasks
hostile political culture, unclear organization, divided cont…
what is a bureaucracy
a large complex of organization
4 ideals of bureaucracy
defined hierarchy, specified mission, chain of command and se…
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Political Science Exam Review The Judiciary and Bureaucracy
How Are Judges Appointed?
Senatorial courtesy
Borking
Three roles for courts in the politica…
• The president nominates federal judges and the Senate must…
Before nominating a person for a federal judgeship, the presi…
attempt to obstruct a nomination by arguing they are unfit fo…
○ Dispute resolution: fact finding and judgment ... ○ Coordinat…
How Are Judges Appointed?
• The president nominates federal judges and the Senate must…
Senatorial courtesy
Before nominating a person for a federal judgeship, the presi…
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Political Science 1301: Exam 2 The Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Who does the bureaucracy answer to?
Principal-Agent Problems
The Early Years: A Reliance on Respect…
"A complex structure of offices, tasks, and rules in which em…
The President and Congress
1.Congress-President/bureaucrats... 2. President-bureaucrats
-Small government and mechanisms to ensure bureaucratic respo…
Bureaucracy
"A complex structure of offices, tasks, and rules in which em…
Who does the bureaucracy answer to?
The President and Congress
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Introduction to Political Science Chapter 14 EXECUTIVES AND BUREAUCRACIES
National Government
The Trouble with Bureaucracy
Cabinets
Perhaps we will just have to learn to…
- Long history of distrust of national... government... - Likely co…
Oftentimes, a lack of efficiency, profitability, and producti…
- Assist chief executives... - Cabinet member heads one of the m…
Bureaucracies in Comparison... - United States... * Small percent (…
National Government
- Long history of distrust of national... government... - Likely co…
The Trouble with Bureaucracy
Oftentimes, a lack of efficiency, profitability, and producti…
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Politics - The Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
bureaucratic culture
committee and conference reports
Federal Register
A complex structure of offices, tasks, and rules in which emp…
The norms and regular patterns of behavior found within a bur…
Documents submitted by committees that often instruct agencie…
A daily publication of the US federal government that issues…
bureaucracy
A complex structure of offices, tasks, and rules in which emp…
bureaucratic culture
The norms and regular patterns of behavior found within a bur…
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Politics and Bureaucracy
Woodrow Wilson and James Q. Wilson eac…
JQW writes about three key organizatio…
Decisions should be understood in cont…
What factors shape (constrain or incen…
Similarities: WW and JQW both stress the positive influence o…
Organizations must decide how to perform their CRITICAL TASK…
Organizations, themselves, don't make decisions, the people i…
‐Crises( debt, poor performance)... ‐People (aging population)…
Woodrow Wilson and James Q. Wilson eac…
Similarities: WW and JQW both stress the positive influence o…
JQW writes about three key organizatio…
Organizations must decide how to perform their CRITICAL TASK…
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Political Science: Civil Rights, US Pres., Congress, Judiciary and Bureaucracy
Civil Rights Movement
Anti-Slavery movement
Black codes
Jim Crow laws
Give African Americans equal rights and liberties
1830-1850; 2 types: 1) get rid of slavery didn't care how tre…
series of laws in south designed to restrict freedoms of blac…
was about segregation everywhere. It was in voting (poll taxe…
Civil Rights Movement
Give African Americans equal rights and liberties
Anti-Slavery movement
1830-1850; 2 types: 1) get rid of slavery didn't care how tre…
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AP government and politics Presidency and Bureaucracy
independent Regulatory Agencies
Federal Communications Commissions
Central Intelligence Agency
thickening
agencies that are quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial in nat…
1. Regulates airways.... 2. Regulates interstate and internation…
an independent agency of the United States government respons…
becoming more intricate or complex
independent Regulatory Agencies
agencies that are quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial in nat…
Federal Communications Commissions
1. Regulates airways.... 2. Regulates interstate and internation…
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Authority/Bureaucracy and Political Inequality
Politics
3 Types of Legitimate Authority
Charismatic Authority
Traditional Authority
The power relations among people, ranging from the (macro) go…
1.) Charismatic authority... 2.) Traditional authority... 3.) Legal…
Power legitimized by a leader's exceptional personal qualitie…
A form of leadership in which authority derives from traditio…
Politics
The power relations among people, ranging from the (macro) go…
3 Types of Legitimate Authority
1.) Charismatic authority... 2.) Traditional authority... 3.) Legal…
38 terms
American Politics The Presidency and The Bureaucracy
22 Amendment
25 Amendment
Impeachment
Watergate
Limited presidents to two terms in 1951
Created means to select president when office becomes vacant
The political equivalent of an indictment in criminal law, pr…
Break-ins and illegal wiretapping of Democratic National Comm…
22 Amendment
Limited presidents to two terms in 1951
25 Amendment
Created means to select president when office becomes vacant
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American Politics : Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
civilian national government employmen…
per capita
per capita employment and spending tre…
body of non-elective government officials or governing any la…
increased the most in 1940 then decreased to the 1950s then s…
by or for each individual person
extremely high spending beginning in the 1980s and just conti…
bureaucracy
body of non-elective government officials or governing any la…
civilian national government employmen…
increased the most in 1940 then decreased to the 1950s then s…
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Bureaucracy - Intro to Politics
what is bureaucracy?
Basic Divisions
What do bureaucrats do?
Procurement
•Located within the executive branch... •Made up of:... -civil se…
• Departments, independent agencies, and gov't corporations…
•Impose regulations = rules that affect the choices that indi…
= Runner a government requires buying stuff... •Gov't service a…
what is bureaucracy?
•Located within the executive branch... •Made up of:... -civil se…
Basic Divisions
• Departments, independent agencies, and gov't corporations…
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Politics Final: Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Executive Control
Congressional Control
Citizen Participation
Hierarchical organization in which offices have specific miss…
1. Appoints leaders... 2. Proposes new programs and annual budge…
1. Creates bureaucratic entities... 2. Sets and limits responsib…
1. Can comment on rule-making
Bureaucracy
Hierarchical organization in which offices have specific miss…
Executive Control
1. Appoints leaders... 2. Proposes new programs and annual budge…
Politics and Bureaucracy in Germany
Federation - a group of states with a…
Government
Federal Government
Federal President
der Bund Pl.: die Bünde
die Regierung Pl.: die Regierungen
die Bundesregierung Pl.: die Bundesregierungen
der Bundespräsident | die Bundespräsidentin Pl.: die Bundespr…
Federation - a group of states with a…
der Bund Pl.: die Bünde
Government
die Regierung Pl.: die Regierungen
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AP Government and Politics: Bureaucracy
Bureacracy
Spoils System
Civil Service reform
Pendleton Act
comprises the units of the Executive Branch organized in a hi…
Appoint supporters to executive branch jobs
created the senior executive service. allowed presidents to c…
switch bureaucracy to merit based.
Bureacracy
comprises the units of the Executive Branch organized in a hi…
Spoils System
Appoint supporters to executive branch jobs
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American People and Politics: Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Regulation
notice and comment procedure
state capacity
makes up the government's executive branch comprises millions…
rule that allows the government to exercise control over indi…
A step in the rule-making process in which proposed rules are…
The knowledge, personal, and institutions that government req…
Bureaucracy
makes up the government's executive branch comprises millions…
Regulation
rule that allows the government to exercise control over indi…
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AP Government and Politics Bureaucracy
Max Weber
Spoils System
Patronage
PENDLETON ACT (1883)
said that bureaucracies are efficient
the firing of public-office holders of a defeated political p…
granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
- law that created a Civil Service Commission... - stated that f…
Max Weber
said that bureaucracies are efficient
Spoils System
the firing of public-office holders of a defeated political p…
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Politics: Presidency and Bureaucracy
Presidential Powers
Hamilton in Federalist 70
Concerns for the Imperial Presidency
President faces demands for aid from
1. Persuasion (bully pulpit)... 2. Recommend (initiatives)... 3. Bu…
An energetic president protects liberty against factions, ana…
We have given the president too much power and as a result, t…
1. Executive officialdom... 2. Congress... 3. Partisans... 4. Citizens…
Presidential Powers
1. Persuasion (bully pulpit)... 2. Recommend (initiatives)... 3. Bu…
Hamilton in Federalist 70
An energetic president protects liberty against factions, ana…
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AP Government and Politics: The Bureaucracy
bureaucracy
government by proxy
laissez-faire
discretionary authority
a large, complex organization composed of political officials
Washington pays state and local governments and private group…
an economic theory that government should not regulate or int…
the extent to which appointed bureaucrats can choose courses…
bureaucracy
a large, complex organization composed of political officials
government by proxy
Washington pays state and local governments and private group…
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Politics and Bureaucracy FINAL COMPTON
What is bureaucracy?
What is bureaucracy?
What is bureaucracy?
What is bureaucracy?
There are several different approaches to bureaucracy, but es…
Bureaucrats, which are state officials rather than elected re…
The more powerful the bureaucracy, the more legitimate (deter…
The bureaucracy has a stigma of being undemocratic or a threa…
What is bureaucracy?
There are several different approaches to bureaucracy, but es…
What is bureaucracy?
Bureaucrats, which are state officials rather than elected re…
35 terms
Politics Final: Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Divided government
Pendleton Act of 1883
Civil Service System
hierarchical organization in which offices have specified mis…
a situation when the executive branch controls one party whil…
replaced the spoils system with a system in which hiring, pay…
hires on merit, manages employees efficiently, and treats the…
Bureaucracy
hierarchical organization in which offices have specified mis…
Divided government
a situation when the executive branch controls one party whil…
57 terms
AP Gov & Politics: Bureaucracy
What is bureacracy
what is the main role of bureacracy in…
difference between public and private…
Weberian Model
large organization structured hierarchially to carry out spec…
implementation of policy at citizen level.
private has set of leaders, public doesn't... Public purpose is…
bureaucracies are: rational, hierarchal, decisions based on l…
What is bureacracy
large organization structured hierarchially to carry out spec…
what is the main role of bureacracy in…
implementation of policy at citizen level.
Politics Final Notes Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Private Sector Bureaucracy
Public Bureaucracy
Max Weber
A large organization that is structured hierarchically to car…
-1 set of leaders... -For a profit
-Multiple sets of leaders... -They serve the citizens, not stock…
Came up with the characteristics of the Weberian Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
A large organization that is structured hierarchically to car…
Private Sector Bureaucracy
-1 set of leaders... -For a profit
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Ch. 14 Politics Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
implementation
Bureaucrats:
Agency
complex structure of offices, tasks, rules, and principles of…
department and agency efforts to translate laws into specific…
-implement laws... -make rules... -enforce laws... -innovate
basic operational unit... -sometimes called a bureau, service, o…
Bureaucracy
complex structure of offices, tasks, rules, and principles of…
implementation
department and agency efforts to translate laws into specific…
26 terms
AP Government and Politics Bureaucracy
Bureaucracy
Bureaucrats
Checks & balances
Presidents can nominate senior officers
A form of organization that operates through impersonal, unif…
A negative term for describing a career government employee
Congressmen are prohibited from holding executive branch posi…
Senate confirms/rejects appointees (advice & consent function)
Bureaucracy
A form of organization that operates through impersonal, unif…
Bureaucrats
A negative term for describing a career government employee
16 terms
Democracy/Bureaucracy/Political Parties Lecture
direct democracy
Representative Democracy
electoral democracy
liberal democracy
pros: full participation... cons: impractical (didn't allow wome…
pros: elections (politicians can't stay around forever)... cons:…
cons: minimal freedom, corruption (most countries are these)
pros: free and fair competition for power (no physical violen…
direct democracy
pros: full participation... cons: impractical (didn't allow wome…
Representative Democracy
pros: elections (politicians can't stay around forever)... cons:…
AP Government and Politics Bureaucracy
Max Weber
Spoils System
Patronage
PENDLETON ACT (1883)
said that bureaucracies are efficient
the firing of public-office holders of a defeated political p…
granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to…
- law that created a Civil Service Commission... - stated that f…
Max Weber
said that bureaucracies are efficient
Spoils System
the firing of public-office holders of a defeated political p…
18 terms
AP Government and Politics The Bureaucracy
Spoils system
Merit system
Pendleton Act
Civil service system
Describes and executive's ability to fire public office holde…
A system of employment based on qualifications, test scores,…
A federal law established in 1883 that decided that governmen…
The merit system by which many federal bureaucrats are elected
Spoils system
Describes and executive's ability to fire public office holde…
Merit system
A system of employment based on qualifications, test scores,…
15 terms
Politics Test 3- Bureaucracy
Operative Arm of Government
Law Making
Administration
Efficient Organization form
When CONGRESS passes a law, to be funded, the BUREAU agency c…
BUREAU provides the authority to make laws
BUREAU does not 'make' the law, but they carry it out
BUREAU is not the problem. It is HOW WE do it. ... -created to b…
Operative Arm of Government
When CONGRESS passes a law, to be funded, the BUREAU agency c…
Law Making
BUREAU provides the authority to make laws
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American Politics: The Bureaucracy
Criminal litigation in the federal cou…
Making permanent cuts in existing agen…
The controversy over the Patriot Act r…
The most visible indication of oversig…
c. U.S. attorneys
a. most agencies have a supportive constituency that will fig…
a. national security; civil liberties of individuals
c. use of public hearings before congressional committees and…
Criminal litigation in the federal cou…
c. U.S. attorneys
Making permanent cuts in existing agen…
a. most agencies have a supportive constituency that will fig…
10 terms
Politics - State Bureaucracies
Regulation
Adjudication
Discretion
Incrementalism
develop formal rules of implementation
decide whether there is a failure to comply
grey area of behavior over policy adjudication
focus on new programs and increases spending
Regulation
develop formal rules of implementation
Adjudication
decide whether there is a failure to comply
30 terms
Political Science
politics
authority
legitimacy
Congress
activities that relate to influencing the actions and policie…
the power to give orders or make decisions. Ex. I do not have…
allowed according to rules or laws. Ex there are questions ab…
the group of people elected to make laws in the US, consistin…
politics
activities that relate to influencing the actions and policie…
authority
the power to give orders or make decisions. Ex. I do not have…
30 terms
Political Science
politics
authority
legitimacy
Congress
activities that relate to influencing the actions and policie…
the power to give orders or make decisions. Ex. I do not have…
allowed according to rules or laws. Ex there are questions ab…
the group of people elected to make laws in the US, consistin…
politics
activities that relate to influencing the actions and policie…
authority
the power to give orders or make decisions. Ex. I do not have…
18 terms
Political Systems Chapter 15- The Federal Bureaucracy
Administration
Staff Agencies
Line Agencies
Executive Office of the President
the government's many agencies created by Congress to impleme…
serve in a support capacity, they aid the chief executive and…
Congress and the President give these groups goals to accompl…
an umbrella agency of separate agencies that make up the clos…
Administration
the government's many agencies created by Congress to impleme…
Staff Agencies
serve in a support capacity, they aid the chief executive and…
16 terms
Democracy/Bureaucracy/Political Parties Lecture
direct democracy
Representative Democracy
electoral democracy
liberal democracy
pros: full participation... cons: impractical (didn't allow wome…
pros: elections (politicians can't stay around forever)... cons:…
cons: minimal freedom, corruption (most countries are these)
pros: free and fair competition for power (no physical violen…
direct democracy
pros: full participation... cons: impractical (didn't allow wome…
Representative Democracy
pros: elections (politicians can't stay around forever)... cons:…
10 terms
Political Sci: Ch. 8 The Federal Bureaucracy
When laws are vague, agencies are allo…
Most bureaucratic organizations have a…
Congress's reduction of an agency's bu…
Which of the following was NOT created…
administrative discretion
standard operating procedures
congressional oversight
Department of Agriculture
When laws are vague, agencies are allo…
administrative discretion
Most bureaucratic organizations have a…
standard operating procedures
226 terms
AP government and politics Presidency and Bureaucracy
independent Regulatory Agencies
Federal Communications Commissions
Central Intelligence Agency
thickening
agencies that are quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial in nat…
1. Regulates airways.... 2. Regulates interstate and internation…
an independent agency of the United States government respons…
becoming more intricate or complex
independent Regulatory Agencies
agencies that are quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial in nat…
Federal Communications Commissions
1. Regulates airways.... 2. Regulates interstate and internation…
22 terms
American Government and Politics Today Chapter 13 - The Bureaucracy
acquisitive model
administrative agency
bureaucracy
cabinet department
A model of bureaucracy that views top-level bureaucrats as se…
A federal, state, or local government unit established to per…
A large organization that is structured hierarchically to car…
One of the 15 departments of the executive branch (State, Tre…
acquisitive model
A model of bureaucracy that views top-level bureaucrats as se…
administrative agency
A federal, state, or local government unit established to per…
226 terms
AP government and politics Presidency and Bureaucracy
independent Regulatory Agencies
Federal Communications Commissions
Central Intelligence Agency
thickening
agencies that are quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial in nat…
1. Regulates airways.... 2. Regulates interstate and internation…
an independent agency of the United States government respons…
becoming more intricate or complex
independent Regulatory Agencies
agencies that are quasi-legislative and quasi-judicial in nat…
Federal Communications Commissions
1. Regulates airways.... 2. Regulates interstate and internation…
9 terms
American Politics Subsection - Bureaucracy Terms
Implementation
Clientele vs. Regulatory Agency
Fiscal vs. Monetary Policy
The Federal Reserve System (Fed)
...
...
...
...
Implementation
...
Clientele vs. Regulatory Agency
...
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