Are Bureaucrats Different?: A Study of Political Attitudes and Political Behaviour
A Study of Political Attitudes and Political Behaviour
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This text discusses the attitudinal and behavioural differences between government employees, bureaucrats and other citizens in America. Focusing on implications for government spending and for growth in the size of the public sector, it analyses the bureau voting model of government growth.
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Part of a series of detailed reference manuals on American economic history, this volume traces the development of agriculture, transportation, labour movements and the factory system, foreign and domestic commerce, technology and the ramifications of slavery.