The Food of Bureaucracy

Lorimer, George Horace; Neall, A. W.; Stout, Wesley; Martin, W. Thornton; Lorimer, Graeme; Brandt, E. N.; Kritcher, L. B.; Reinhard, Marione V.; Thruelsen, Richard; Sommers, Martin
October 1936
Saturday Evening Post;10/17/1936, Vol. 209 Issue 16, p24
Comments on the issues concerning the extension of the activities of the government under the administration of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Function of appointees and formed government agencies; Authority of government departments, bureaus and agencies to grant public cash benefits and concessions; Potentialities of the agencies.


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