Science and Public Administration

Science and Public Administration

Science and Public Administration

Science and Public Administration

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Each year the Southern Regional Training Program in Public Administration includes a week of lectures and seminar discussions conducted by a visitor to the University of Alabama. This event is unique in my experience. It is the one such occasion I know when one person is given time enough to develop a theme. The lectures are published in a distinguished series. Over the years these books have become a sort of collective statement of the development of public administration in the United States.

Because John M. Gaus, the first lecturer, set such a high standard, those who followed him have had to hump to get ready. To be invited to give the lectures is an honor. To say something new and worthy is hard work. I have tried in the following pages to live up to the standard set by colleagues who preceded me, but I do not know whether I have succeeded.

My thanks for the invitation and for warm cour-

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