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1. How necessary is bureaucracy?

2. If we can agree that individuals need rules and regulations to live together, then there must also be a bureaucracy. Rules and regulations are meaningless unless they are administered; the bureaucracy is necessary for the administration.

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Bureacracy, when done properly, is very necessary to promote and administer the rules and regulations, and their value. Bureacracy is run by humans, however, so the value of paying for bureacracy is weighted against the number of people needed to do it. The public paying for the administration is willing to pay a certain amount and considers a certain amount of people necessary to carry out the duties. The ...

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A discussion on whether we need bureacracy and what it is.