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  • Case In The 9 11 Attacks
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    There are many pathologies present in the American bureaucracy and bureaucratic agencies. The major pathologies are red tape, conflict, duplication, imperialism, and waste. Each of these pathologies had at least some sort of roots in the case of the 9/11/01 terrorist attack. Had these pathologies not been prominent in the pre-9/11 bureaucratic government, it is very likely that our intelligence communities would not have failed to detect the terrorists. The first and quite possibly the most prom...
  • Political Authority In A Bureaucratic Government
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    What is bureaucracy According to Rad in bureaucracy is an organization made up of appointed individuals. There are many forms of bureaucracy such as large corporations and government agencies. Bureaucratic government has become a modern feature of all modern societies, those that are democratic and those that are not democratic. But, in American bureaucracy there are four characteristics that operate as aspects under the constitution. One of those characteristics is political authority. Unfortun...
  • Large Part From Government Agencies
    589 words
    The federal bureaucracy can have both a positive and negative impact on the efficient working of government. There are five major problems that detract from the efficiency of our government. Red tape conflict, duplication, imperialism, and waste all contribute to a slower more problematic government. However, a well-organized bureaucracy can increase the efficiency of our government. If every agency and department has a specific responsibility that does not overlap with others responsibilities t...
  • Agencies Like The Fbi And Cia
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    Failure to Prevent 9/11 When a giant explosion ripped through Alfred P. Murrah federal building April 19, 1995, killing 168 and wounding hundreds, the United States of America jumped to a conclusion we would all learn to regret. The initial response to the devastation was all focused of middle-eastern terrorists. "The West is under attack", (Posner 89), reported the USA Today. Every news and television station had the latest expert on the middle east telling the nation that we were victims of ji...
  • Scientific And Professional Societies
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    The evident under-representation of women in physics has broad implications, particularly for industries and government agencies that need technically educated staff. Quite simply, the global scientific workforce is failing to use a large fraction of its talent pool. The shortage of female physicists in academia exacerbates the situation, in that female students lack role models in the field. Of course, the nature and magnitude of the problem varies from country to country. But what is remarkabl...
  • National Security Agency
    502 words
    Between these two great men Steve Rothman and Robert Torricelli. I have learned a lot about congressmen and politics but I am going to go into both of their biography and tell you a little about them. Senator Torricelli born Robert Torricelli on August 26, 1951, in New Jersey is where he has spent most of his childhood. Torricelli the son of a school librarian and an attorney, Bob's interest in politics was fueled by his parents and history lessons that he took from his mothers school library. B...

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