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April 15 th Policy Paradox 1.) Two things that coexist that should not 2.) Lose the vote but declare it a victory a. Balanced Budget amendment b. How are issues framed? 3.) Political Science rational project a. Responsible party system that determines parties b. There is a political dimension for every behavior i. Strategy of good policy vs. good politics ii. If there is a choice then good politics wins c. Fed. 10 we can design structures to get different kinds of politics d. Scientific Management approaches i. How can we reform our institutional structures to make policy making better ii. Give president advisors to be eyes and ears 4.) 3 pillars of the rationally project a. Reasoning i. Series of well defined steps b. View of society i. Market where people make rational choices ii. Individuals autonomously making decisions on their interests c. Process of policy i. Jones model is too assembly line ii. This set of behaviors is not always met iii. Solutions in search of problems not the other way around 5.) Policy Paradox
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