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by Joel Aberbach,Bert Rockman,Robert D. Putnam

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Joel Aberbach,Bert Rockman,Robert D. Putnam
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Harvard University Press; Reprint edition (January 1, 1981)
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But throughout the West bureaucrats and politicians each wear special blinders and each have special virtues.

But throughout the West bureaucrats and politicians each wear special blinders and each have special virtues. In uneasy partnership at the helm of the modern state stand elected party politicians and professional bureaucrats. This book is the first comprehensive comparison of these two powerful elites.

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Personal Name: Aberbach, Joel . Publication & Distribution: Rotterdam. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, (c)2008

Personal Name: Aberbach, Joel D. Publication, Distribution, et. Cambridge, Mass. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, (c)2008. Author: Toorop, Jan Theodoor, 1858-1928. Author: Flersheim family Art collections. Download book Bureaucrats and politicians in western democracies, Joel D. Aberbach, Robert D. Putnam, Bert A. Rockman ; with the collaboration of Thomas J. Anton, Samuel J. Eldersveld, Ronald Inglehart.

Bert A. Rockman, Bureaucrats and Politicians in Western Democracies Scott Mainwaring, "Presidentialism, Multipartism, and Democracy: The Difficult .

Recommended: Joel D. Putnam, and Bert A. Rockman, Bureaucrats and Politicians in Western Democracies. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1981. Jean Blondel and Ferdinand Müller-Rommel, ed. Governing Together Scott Mainwaring, "Presidentialism, Multipartism, and Democracy: The Difficult Combination. Comparative Political Studies 26, 2 (July 1993), 198-228. Scott Mainwaring and Matthew S. Shugart, ed. Presidentialism and Democracy in Latin America R. Kent Weaver and Bert A. Rockman, ed. Do Institutions Matter? Government Capabilities in the United States and Abroad.

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In uneasy partnership at the helm of the modern state stand elected party politicians and professional bureaucrats. This book is the first comprehensive comparison of these two powerful elites. In seven countries--the United States, Great Britain, France, Germany, Sweden, Italy, and the Netherlands--researchers questioned 700 bureaucrats and 6OO politicians in an effort to understand how their aims, attitudes, and ambitions differ within cultural settings.

One of the authors' most significant findings is that the worlds of these two elites overlap much more in the United States than in Europe. But throughout the West bureaucrats and politicians each wear special blinders and each have special virtues. In a well-ordered polity, the authors conclude, politicians articulate society's dreams and bureaucrats bring them gingerly to earth.