Date : November 15, 2012 Topic : The Federal Bureaucracy AIM : WHY DOES THE FEDERAL BUREAUCRACY HAVE SO MUCH POWER? Do Now : MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS. Administration of government through departments. Consists of unelected often highly trained professionals. Task specialization.
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Date: November 15, 2012Topic: The Federal BureaucracyAIM: WHY DOES THE FEDERAL BUREAUCRACY HAVE SO MUCH POWER? Do Now: MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS.
1.) HOUSE COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE - COMMITTEE
2.) US DEPARTMEMNT OF AGRICULTURE – GOVERNMENT AGENCY
3.) INTEREST GROUP
NOW LOOK NOW WATCH!
Date: November 16, 2012Topic: The Federal BureaucracyAIM: WHY DOES THE FEDERAL BUREAUCRACY HAVE SO MUCH POWER? Do Now: MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS.
Artist: unknown, La Presna, Panama
Date: May, 2006
Artist: Chip Bok
Artist: Bob Englehart, The Hartford Courant
Date: February, 2006
Source: : http://www.politicalcartoons.com
Artist: Mike Keefe, The Denver Post
Date: April, 2006
IRON TRIANGLE – A CLOSE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AN AGENCY, A CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE, AND AN INTEREST GROUP.
WHAT IS THE RED TAPE?
BUREAUCRATIC AGENCIES ARE GIVEN DISCRETIONARY POWERS TO CREATE POLICY.
CONGRESS MAY VAGUELY DESCRIBE WHAT IT WANTS THROUGH LEGISLATION HOWEVER GREAT LIBERTIES CAN BE GIVEN TO THE AGENCY TO CARRY OUT THE POLICY.
SPECIALISTS WITHIN A FIELD AND TIME.