Government Is Us: Strategies for an Anti-Government Era

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SAGE, 12‏/02‏/1998 - 224 من الصفحات
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While skepticism about government is an enduring feature of North American political culture, today's climate of anti-government sentiment has grown aggressive and even violent. This volume, made up of a community of prominent voices in public administration theory and practice, examines the current anti-government climate and its effect on the working lives of administrators and their relationships with citizens. It documents the sources of citizen discontent with government; explores its effects upon career civil servants' ability to do their work; and attempts to understand the implications for public administration practice in an anti-government area.

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The Possibility of Democratic
3
The Roots of Discontent
17
Roles and Relationships
49
How Administrators Feel About Their Work
62
Part II
69
Overcoming Administrative Barriers
88
Dilemmas of Citizen Participation
140
Breaking Down Barriers to 158
158
Putting Citizens First
175
Strategies for an AntiGovernment Era
195
References
205
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215
About the Collaborators
221
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