Question 17 which of the following is not a formal

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Question 17 Which of the following is NOT a formal power (that is, a power found in the Constitution itself) of the president?
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1 / 1 pts Question 18 In the article, "The Case FOR Bureaucracy," with which of the following statements would the author agree most strongly? (Note. The article is embedded in Skyepack text.)
The assumption that business always does better than government does hold up to careful examination. Correct! Correct!
1 / 1 pts Question 19 In "The Case FOR Bureaucracy," what does the author identify as the primary reason for the growth of the federal bureaucracy? (Note. The article is embedded in Skyepack text.)
Public demand for social programs and economic regulation has meant an increase in the size of the federal bureaucracy. Correct! Correct! Bureaucracies never die; thus, over time, it is inevitable that bureaucracies get larger and larger. Bureaucrats themselves, as are always seeking to expand their agencies and their budgets. 0 / 1 pts Question 20 In "The Case FOR Bureaucracy," what is the table on "Citizen Ratings of the Quality of Public and Private Services" supposed to show? (Note. The article is embedded in Skyepack text.) It is meant to show that both the private and public sectors do a very poor job in providing service to their customers.
It is meant to show that, in contrast to popular perception, that the private sector trails far behind the public sector in terms of customer satisfaction. You Answered You Answered It is meant to show that, while not terrible, the the bureaucracy trails far behind the private sector in terms of customer satisfaction. It is meant to show that people are, in general, no more dissatisfied with the service that bureaucracies provide than they are with the service provided by private companies. orrect Answer orrect Answer
0 / 1 pts Question 21 Unanswered Unanswered In the article by Edwards, "Bureaucratic Failure," which of the following is listed as a failure-causing feature of the federal bureaucracy? (Note. The article is embedded in Skyepack text.) Choose ALL the correct responses; penalty for incorrect choices. Monopoly orrect Answer orrect Answer rigid compensation orrect Answer orrect Answer orrect Answer orrect Answer
Political pressure Monitoring and transparency orrect Answer orrect Answer Political priorities orrect Answer orrect Answer Excess reform
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