Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Tags:
Weberian Model, Policy Analysts, Redistributive Policy, Balance of Trade, Selective Engagement, Spoils System, Monopolistic Model, Debt, Privatization, Deficit, Social Security, Mandatory Spending, Congressional Budget Office, Merit System, Hard Power, Distributive Policy, Medicare, Top-down Implementation, Budget Policy, Containment, Pay Schedule, Diplomacy, Libertarianism, Free Trade, Merit-based Civil Service, Safety Net, Isolationism, Civil Servants, Excise Tax Keynesian Economics, Foreign Policymaking, Cold War, Whistleblower, United Nations (UN), <emphasis Effect="italics">laissez-faire</emphasis>, Congressional Executive Agreement, Political Patronage, Protectionism, Sole Executive Agreement, Supply-side Economics, Treaty, Bottom-up Implementation, Negotiated Rulemaking, Civil Service Commission, Tax Policy, Policy Advocates, Acquisitive Model, Neo-conservatism, Soft Power, Progressive Tax, Bureaucracy, Foreign Policy, Free-market Economics, Civil Service, Public Administration, Domestic Policy, Medicaid, Entitlement, Liberal Internationalism, Public Policy, Recession, Red Tape, Balance of Power, Neo-isolationism, Regressive Tax, Bureaucrats, Regulatory Policy, Government Corporation, Discretionary Spending, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Two Presidencies Thesis
License:
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/