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LEGISLATIVE RESPONSE TO THE “BUREAUCRACY PROBLEM”: STATE AND LOCAL PATTERNS
“… out where the services of the government are delivered, the performance of the bureaucracy constitutes the biggest crisis facing the country today.”
Appointing the Best and the Brightest: Observations From the Riverworld Committee
This essay uses the fictitious setting of the Riverworld to bring together some of the great-and not-so-great--minds that have contributed to our  development over the past two thousand years. ItExpand
Fuzzy Lines: Using the Best-Selling Novel to Illustrate the Blurring Boundaries of “Public”
Privatization, contracting out, and a host of other current trends blur the line between public and private—they create what at best is a fuzzy line. This study examines yet one additional area whereExpand
Science Fiction and Administrative Truths: The Short Story and Novella as Administrative Cases
Pre-service and in-service MPA students share a common desire for hands-on, real world instruction related to their professional career goals, leading to a pedagogic discounting of fiction as anExpand