Woll Check #12 - Andre Mallqui WOLL HW CHECK #12 Woll...

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Andre Mallqui WOLL HW CHECK #12 Woll – Constitutional Democracy and Bureaucratic Power Wilson – The Rise of the Bureaucratic State Directions: Word process your answers under each of the following questions and upload this completed document to the Woll homework check #12 assignment box at Turnitin.com by 11:59 PM on February 8, 2010. 1. According to Woll, what was the original conception of “administration” at the time of the framing of the Constitution? According to Woll, the concept of the administration simply involved the “mere execution” of “executive details.” The concept of the administration simply revolved around the idea that the president (Chief Executive), would be capable of controlling the Executive Branch in carrying the orders and mandates of Congress. 2. Hamilton, as might be expected, stated in Federalist 72 that the executive branch was to be under the control of the president. However, the constitutional system actually has fostered a bureaucracy that is in many important respects independent of the president. According to Woll, what constitutional powers does Congress have over the bureaucracy? Congress is to retain primary control over the organization of the bureaucracy. It is allowed to create and destroy agencies, and make decisions of whether these agencies are to located in the executive branch. They
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2010 for the course WDR 1596324 taught by Professor Dude during the Spring '10 term at University of the East, Manila.

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Woll Check #12 - Andre Mallqui WOLL HW CHECK #12 Woll...

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