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Democracy versus Bureaucracy
A look at the concept of democracy versus bureaucracy.
# 97024 | 1,225 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Jul 21, 2007 in Political Science (Political Theory) , Political Science (U.S.)


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This paper reviews and discusses democracy versus bureaucracy. According to the paper, the democratic principles expressed by those who inspired the founders of the new democracy called the United States of America, had in mind something much different than the series of bureaus that make up our government today. The paper goes on to say how the struggle over power between bureaucracy and democracy has been debated since democracy began.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Benson, H., (Jan-Feb 2005). Focusing the AFL-CIO debate: Bureaucracy v. Democracy. Union Democracy Review #154. Jan-Feb 2005.Association for Union Democracy.
  • Webster, N. (1974). Webster's New World Dictionary of the American Language. Nashville: The Southwestern Co.
  • von Mises, L. (1944). Bureaucracy. Auburn, Alabama: Mises.

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