Political Science An Introduction
Quiz 14: Executives and Bureaucracies
How Do Americans Typically View Bureaucrats
How do Americans typically view bureaucrats? A)As overpaid workers who stir up trouble B)As necessary components within the government C)As individuals who hold no real power D)As liaisons between the voting citizens and the elected officials
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How do countries like Finland and Singapore avoid corruption within their public administration when corruption seems to plague nearly all bureaucracies? A)They have scaled back on the number of bureaucrats, allowing for fewer officials to commit heinous acts. B)Both countries have a lower number of regulations compared to other countries around the world. C)Their professional bureaucrats do not make public policy, they only carry out laws established by elected officials. D)The cultures of these countries place a great emphasis on public service, allowing them to keep corruption out of their administration.
In a presidential system, a deadlock refers to the executive and legislative branches blocking each other.
As the primus inter pares, the prime minister cannot dismiss any ministers in his cabinet unless he or she appointed them.
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