Reflections on Public Administration

Reflections on Public Administration

Reflections on Public Administration

Reflections on Public Administration

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The first five chapters of this book are based upon lectures which I delivered in the Southern Regional Training Program in Public Administration at the University of Alabama during the week of November 26-December 1, 1945. One of the lectures was given at a dinner meeting of the Alabama Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration held in Montgomery, but with the members of the Training Program present also.

My week at the University of Alabama was a most happy one. Dr. Roscoe Martin and his colleagues of the University and especially of the Bureau of Public Administration, the fellows in the program, and the members of the Alabama Chapter all gave me a most generous welcome and quickly made me feel a colleague in their activities; and I had great personal stimulus from seeing at first hand the outstanding work which is being done in public administration in the region, and the challenging problems which have been attacked. I wish to record here my sincere appreciation for one of the finest experiences which I have ever had.

JOHN M. GAUS University of Wisconsin June, 1946 . . .

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