The Management of Your Government

The Management of Your Government

The Management of Your Government

The Management of Your Government

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One of the fallacies of our times is the notion that now the war has ended an era quite different will begin-- that we shall be able to return quickly to the "good old days." Part of this, and equally questionable, is the idea that with the cessation of hostilities government itself will withdraw immediately from many activities of pressing national importance. In reality, the problems of war and peace are interwoven inextricably. This is not fully appreciated nor readily faced.

In few other advanced nations is the task of government --the management of the public's business--so frequently misunderstood. There are a good many reasons for this. Among them is the fact that hitherto we have developed in this country small-scale atomistic thinking for a nation and a world that technology has rendered large scale and closely interdependent. The potentiality, the challenge, and the prospect of our economy have been blurred frequently01 . . .

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