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  • Containment Of Public Expenditure
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    Why Do Governments Find It So Hard To Control Public Expenditure? Since the 1970's rising public expenditure has become a politically salient issue, with the focus being on the difficulties experienced in trying to control it. In order to answer a question concerning why governments find it hard to control public expenditure it is first necessary to look at the reasons for the growth in public spending. There are three approaches which attempt to give reasons for growing public expenditure which...
  • Government's Responsibility
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    What is the federal government's single greatest responsibility to the public? In my opinion the federal government has many responsibilities to the public, but most importantly is its pledge of protection to the public. When I say protection, I mean not only from military attacks from other countries, but by supplying funds for all the needs of the citizens. As the population in the U.S. increases and federal funds decrease, the government tends to forget all of the little people who elected th...
  • 1989 The Lobbyists Registration Act
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    Lobbyist necessary for government reform Lobbying is a formal and recognized part of the democratic system. Lobbying is any form of direct or indirect communication with the government or its officials designed to influence public policy. A lobbyist is a paid professional who makes his / her living by influencing government. Business firms or various economic and political groups are the most frequent employers of lobbyists (e.g. Tobacco companies). A lobbyist is hired for their expertise and kn...
  • Specific Issues Of Foreign Published Newspapers
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    EGYPT The Constitution provides for freedom of speech and of the press; however, the Government partially restricts these rights. The Government owns stock in the three largest daily newspapers, and the President appoints their editors-in-chief. Although these newspapers generally follow the government line, they frequently criticize government policies. The Government also enjoys a monopoly on the printing and distribution of newspapers, including those of the opposition parties. The Government...
  • Support For The Changing Governmental Structure
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    This is done in APA format. No title page is included. It is approx. 10 pages, double spaced. SUMMARY In their book Reinventing Government, Osborne and Gaebler (1992) suggest that there has been a transformation in the confidence in the government and an overall decline in efficacy of government structures. The book outlines some effective trends and imperative changes that need to be put into place to restructure the floundering governmental system in the United States. Osborne and Gaebler sugg...
  • Government In Fahrenheit 451
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    Analysis Of The Fahrenheit 451 Society Essay, Analysis Of The Fahrenheit 451 Society May 25, 1997 Creative Response: Analysis of the Fahrenheit 451 society This vista of Ray Bradbury of a world void of any individualism and of a society that operates as a collective is a chilling but understandable extension of our own populace. A world such as this where the government regulates every countenance of the media and consequently governs the minds of everyone residing in this society definitely bea...
  • Government Through Jonathan Cape
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    Attorney-General V Jonathan Cape Ltd [1976] Attorney-General V Jonathan Cape Ltd [1976] QB 752. (Public Interest Case) Between 1964-70, whilst a Minister of the Labour Government, Richard Crossman kept diaries of Cabinet proceedings. It was his intention to publish the diaries, giving the public a detailed account of government affairs. Following Crossman's death in 1974, the diaries were left to a number of literary executors, including the defendants to ensure its publication. In January 1975,...

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