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Within a year of the Blair Government taking office, Bagehot in The Economist (1998) was accusing them of presiding over ‘a frenzy of constitutional reform” which needed “to be underpinned by some unifying political vision’. This article describes...
The future of the liberal arts lies... in addressing the fundamental questions of human existence head on, without embarrassment or fear, taking them from the top down in easily understood language, and progressively rearranging them into domains of...
This article examines postmodern reasoning in academic Public Administration (PA). It claims that the arguments that abound in postmodern public administration present a fallacy. They conflate administrative practice and/or wrongs of bureaucracy and...
Fire services have been neglected in discussions of public service provision in rural areas. The way in which they are provided has a broader significance in terms of current debates about risk management. Fire service policy was transferred away from...
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