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MARCH 23 RD   Welcome Back! Today: Bureaucracy (in one slide) Begin Courts! Looking ahead: This week: Courts Next week: Parties and Interest Groups Following week: Exam #2
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A FEW LESSONS ON THE  BUREAUCRACY Patronage: jobs, contracts or favors given by  politicians to their friends and allies (aka Spoils  system) vs.   Civil Service: a system in which government  employees are chosen according to education,  exams and experience The Pendleton Act 1883: creates Civil Service  Commission The logic behind the expansion of the civil service Today: Political appointees in high level positions and  a large civil service.
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THE COURTS Is the Court a political institution? How is it different from the other branches? How is it “political”?
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Alexander Hamilton, Federalist 78
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2011 for the course GOV 310L taught by Professor Kieth during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas.

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