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The Federalists; a study in administrative history.

Author: Leonard Dupee White
Publisher: New York, Macmillan Co., 1948.
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White, Leonard Dupee, 1891-1958.
Federalists.
New York, Macmillan Co., 1948
(OCoLC)577582315
Online version:
White, Leonard Dupee, 1891-1958.
Federalists.
New York, Macmillan Co., 1948
(OCoLC)632044511
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leonard Dupee White
OCLC Number: 1830658
Awards: American Political Science Association Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award, 1948.
Description: xii, 538 pages 22 cm
Contents: The Course of Government, 1789-1801 --
"An Efficient and Responsable Executive" --
Washington and His Assistants --
The Duty to Consult --
The Executive Impulse --
Congress Resists --
Congress Reaches Out --
Federalist and Republican Theories of the Executive Power --
George Washington as an Administrator --
The Treasury --
The Department of State --
War: "A Difficult and Unpopular Department" --
The Navy Department --
The Attorney General: "A Sort of Mongrel" --
The General Post Office --
Trouble on the Post Road --
Internal Departmental Control --
Interdepartmental Relations --
The Hamilton-Jefferson Feud --
The Hamilton-Adams Conflict --
"Fitness of Character": Public Service Ideals --
Ideals and Practice --
The Rule of Parsimony --
Some Civil Servants --
Notes on Prestige --
Appropriations: Executive Freedom or Legislative Restraint --
Getting and Spending --
Debts and Claims --
The Purveyor of the United States --
Government in the Wilderness --
Federal-State Administrative Relations --
The Law Enforcement Machinery --
The Statutory Law of Officers --
Administrative Powers and Sanctions --
Administrative Discretion --
The Problem of Smuggling --
The State of the Administrative Art --
The Problem of Communications --
Administrative Housekeeping --
The Administrative Theory and Achievements of the Federalists.

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