Bureaucracy in a Democracy

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Bureaucracy in a Democracy

By Charles S. Hyneman
Harper, 1950
586 pp. $6.00

In discussing the need for assuring that the federal bureaucracy "will actually provide the kind of government the American people want," the author recommends the creation of a Central Council composed of both administrators and legislative leaders.

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