American Politics in a Bureaucratic Age: Citizens, Constituents and Victims
By: Eugene Lewis (author)Paperback
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In a writing style that is suitable for both the graduate and undergraduate student as well as professional scholar in the fields of public administration, political science and organization theory, the author looks at the rise of public bureaucracy in government. He contends that the concept of citizenship (which he defines as the interaction between a person and his/her government) is most significantly experienced by people as bureaucratic constituents, clients and victims. This hypothesis is tested by applications to the areas of political economy, social welfare and defense. Originally published by Winthrop Publishers in 1977.
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