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Svara poses the following question: “What action should I take to advance the public interest?” In consideration of the discussion of neutrality, and the “politics-administration dichotomy”, is it ever appropriate for a public administrator to “go rogue”? When answering this question, keep the following in mind: Are there certain instances where “going rogue” would benefit the public? If so, what does this look like? How should the manager/supervisor of the rogue employee respond? If not, what are other means of ensuring the public interest? In the world we live in today, we are constantly hearing on CNN news how President Trump has gone rogue by orchestrating threats of military action on his Twitter feed. Time and time again we are watching our leader go on what looks like a high school drama fight, with other world leaders about who has the strongest power to defeat the other. With the nation standing behind him, wondering what he will go about next, we all worry for the safety. While he is in charge of keeping the nation secured around it’s
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