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Politics in Administration 
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How is Public Policy Made? Laws-Legislative Orders-Executive Rules/Regulations-Executive/Bureaucratic Challenges/Interpretations-Judicial
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How is Public Policy Influenced? Many Actors, competing interests PA=carrying out of Policy Political? Yes! Should it be? Policy priorities reflect values!
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Why the competition? Intent of Framers Divided Government: co-equal branches Interplay & inefficiency 3 Political Dimensions: Executive, Legislative, Judicial
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Executive Dimension of Politics in Administration Characteristics: Chief Administrator of Government/Organization Usually a paid professional Authority is limited & dependent on outside authorization
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U.S. President Historically Weak Executive Created by Article II of the U.S. Constitution Intended to carry out Congressional wishes Changed over time To give more authority to the President Administrative Presidency-Roosevelt, 1930’s Cold War 9/11 Why?
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U.S. President con’d
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