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Is a Competent Federal Government Attainable or Oxymoronic?


Peter H. Schuck


Yale University - Law School

July, 10 2009

George Washington Law Review, Vol. 77, 2009

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This is a review of two books on public policymaking performance and civil service reform at the federal level: A GOVERNMENT ILL EXECUTED: THE DECLINE OF THE FEDERAL SERVICE AND HOW TO REVERSE IT by Paul C. Light (Harvard U. Press 2008) and PROMOTING THE GENERAL WELFARE: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE, edited by Alan S. Gerber & Eric M. Patashnik (Brookings Institution Press, 2006).

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Date posted: July 14, 2009  

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Schuck, Peter H., Is a Competent Federal Government Attainable or Oxymoronic? (July, 10 2009). George Washington Law Review, Vol. 77, 2009. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1432484

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