Administration and Politics Dichotomy
Woodrow Wilson once said, “Although politics sets the task for administration, it should not be suffered to manipulate its offices.”
The issues of politics and administration dichotomy first raised by Woodrow Wilson continue to generate debate among scholars of public administration in modern time.
While some think Wilson’s idea was useful, others reject the idea as impossible.
In a 2-3 page paper, and in your opinion, is that distinction practical and workable?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of using such a dichotomy today as a way to advance that field of study? Support your case with examples.
In order to write a convincing essay, review this essay by Norton Long – there is an extensive summary of Long’s essay in this week as well.