Published August 1992
by Checkerboard Press .
Written in English
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“Everybody knows Americans dislike Washington. Now, thanks to Bachner and Ginsberg, we know that Washington dislikes us right back. What Washington Gets Wrong is a model blend of sophisticated data analysis and graceful writing.” —Michael Nelson, Fulmer Professor of Political Science at Rhodes College and author of Resilient AmericaBrand: Prometheus Books. “What Washington Gets Wrong” is a useful, if not tired, investigation into how the federal government really works underneath the elected layer. The authors rightfully emphasize that American citizens desperately need to be better educated about how their government really operates. But the book does not live up to its sensationalist title/5. Each year unelected federal administrators write thousands of regulations possessing the force of law. What do these civil servants know about the American people whom they ostensibly serve? Not much, according to this enlightening and disturbing study. The authors surveyed federal agency officials, congressional and White House staffers, and employees of various policy-making. In fact, these are the conclusions of Jennifer Bachner and Benjamin Ginsberg’s book What Washington Gets Wrong. They are trying to explain why the public feels so disconnected from government, a worthy objective, and lay blame on arrogant bureaucrats representing the cosmopolitan elite. As a political sentiment, I share their views; as.
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