Politics and Bureaucracy in the Modern Presidency: Careerists and Appointees in the Reagan Administration

Politics and Bureaucracy in the Modern Presidency: Careerists and Appointees in the Reagan Administration

Politics and Bureaucracy in the Modern Presidency: Careerists and Appointees in the Reagan Administration

Politics and Bureaucracy in the Modern Presidency: Careerists and Appointees in the Reagan Administration

Synopsis

This is the first large-scale aggregate data study of career-noncareer relations in U.S. administrations. Maranto puts into perspective a short history of relations between careerists and political appointees. Interviews and comments from more than 50 surveys provide further color and interesting impressions about relations during the Reagan administration. Findings lead to important, new conclusions and suggestions for future reform.
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