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Bureaucracy model which is organized hierarchically
Weberian Model
Bureaucracy model in which
decisions are made by following detailed, technical rules.
Weberian Model
Bureaucracy in which bureaucrats will be hired, promoted or fired on the basis of merit.
Weberian Model
Bureaucracy in which bureaucrats are experts.
Weberian Model
Bureaucracy in which power is determined by its budget.
Acquisitive Model
Bureaucracy in which bureaucrats are expected to increase or at least maintain their budget.
Acquisitive Model
Bureaucracy with no competition
Monopolistic Model
Bureaucracy with little, or no structure.
Garbage Can Model
Reform which signalled the official transition from a spoils system to a bureaucracy
Civil Service Reform Act
Reform which forced employment to be based on merit.
Civil Service Reform Act
Reform which forced bureaucrats to be hired on the basis of results of a civil service exam.
Civil Service Reform Act
Reform which created a non-partisan bureaucracy.
Hatch Act
Reform which ensured that bureaucrats cannot influence elections in any way.
Hatch Act
Reform which restriced the money spent on media advertising
FECA of 1971
Reform which limited the money a candidates' family could spend on his/her campaign.
FECA of 1971
Reform which forces all contributes over $100 to be disclosed.
FECA of 1971
Reform which established public financing for presidential campagins.
FECA of 1974
Reform which established the Federal Election Committee
FECA of 1974
Reform which limited the amount of money individuals or groups can donate.
FECA of 1974
Reform which provided for greater transperancy in government
Government in the Sunshine
Reform which forced all multi-headed government agencies to hold public meetings.
Government in the Sunshine
Reform which forced congress to add termination dates to any committes created.
Sunset Laws
Which level of party organization is the lowest entry level?
Local Party Organization
Which level of party organization provides electoral college votes?
State Party organization
Which level of party organization supervises fundraisers?
State Party Organization
Which level of party organization indentifies the candidates?
State Party Organization
Which level of party organization deals with reapportionment?
State Party Organization
Which level of party organization raises money for the presidential election?
National Party Organization
Which level of party organization distributes information about the candidates?
National Party Organization
Reform act which opened up meetings and votes to more people
McGovern-Fraser Commission
Reform which made primaries the common means of choosing convention delegates
McGovern-Fraser Commission
Reform which weakened party bosses
McGovern-Fraser Commission