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Bureaucracies, the media and policy, and interest groups

Do we need bureaucracies to execute public policy? Please explain and give an example.

Does media play a role in influencing policy? Please explain and give an example.

The Founding Fathers of America were very conflicted about the presences of interest groups. Please discuss the role of interest groups and if they have been good for national politics. Please explain.

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Do we need bureaucracies to execute public policy? Please explain and give an example.

Bureaucracies are entrenched into the federal and state governments of the United States, and unfortunately they are detrimental to the operational capabilities of the governmental policy in regard to public policy. The ability of bureaucrats to engage in efficient and prompt public policy is hampered by the fact that bureaucrats thrive off of actions that negate the efficient flow of government and rewards those who are tenured despite of their track record. The system of bureaucracy in the United States is predicated upon a system that is unable to consistently meet deadlines, mired in partisanship politics, and focused on ensuring that those within political positions remain in these positions. Therefore, under this paradigm, I would state that bureaucracies are not necessary nor are they productive.

This means that a new system should be implemented instead of the current bureaucratic structure, one in which bipartisanship is celebrated and employees who display productivity ...

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The expert examines bureaucracies to execute public policy.

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