6 edition of A government as good as its people found in the catalog.
Originally published: New York : Simon and Schuster, c1977.
|LC Classifications||E838.5 .C375 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 224 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||95023843|
Han Fei-tzu (d. BCE): Legalist Views on Good Government Novem The Confucian ideal of “government through virtue” and the tendency of Confucianists to seek guidance in the rule of former kings was strongly criticized by another school of thought: the Legalists or School of Law. Why Government Becomes the Scapegoat; Why Government is Good: A Day in Your Life; The Forgotten Achievements of Government; Doing Good through Government; Government as the Champion of Justice, Equality, Freedom, and Security; Taxes are Good; More Government Does Not Mean Less Freedom; Government as the Primary Protector of our Rights and Liberties.
The Illinois Constitution of is the basic governing law of Illinois and provides the framework for state and local government. All students in the state are required to have knowl-edge of the Illinois Constitution. This book, Understanding the Illinois Constitution, has been. The author, with years of practical experience in e-government implementation, gives a masterly analysis of e-government and its benefits, role of people, process and technology in e-government, public-private partnership models, e-government standards, and issues relating to security, digital divide, and cyber law.3/5(3).
Government operations are also tied to a human-resources approach that is hopelessly past its best-by date. Public-sector unions are inhibiting change at a time when other organizations change or. This book takes on this anti-government movement and shows that most of its criticisms of this institution are highly exaggerated, misleading, or just plain wrong. In reality, American government - despite its flaws - plays a valuable and indispensable role in promoting the public good.
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A Government as Good as Its People, first published inpresents sixty-two of the most notable public statements made by President Carter on his way to the White by: A Government as Good as Its People, first published inpresents sixty-two of the most notable public statements made by President Carter on his way to the White House/5.
Book Overview A Government as Good as Its People presents sixty-two of the best and most notable public statements made by Jimmy Carter on his way to Cited by: A Government as Good as Its People, first published inpresents sixty-two of the most notable public statements made by President Carter on his way to the White House.
Formal speeches, news conferences, informal remarks made at gatherings, interviews, and excerpts from debates give a vivid glimpse into the issues of the time and the deeply held convictions of.
A Government as Good as Its People presents sixty-two of the best and most notable public statements made by Jimmy Carter on his way to becoming president of the United States.
Carter's public pronouncements address all the major concerns of our time and collectively stand as a testament to his deeply held conviction that we still can, and must have "a government as good as its people.".
Government is Good: An Unapologetic Defense of a Vital Institution is a truly remarkable book. Professor Amy explains the functions of government in our daily lives in a way that no one else does. It is a book that should be read by everyone, especially by those who think they already know everything that is worth knowing about government/5(15).
Government By the People: Basic Edition 22nd Edition. by David B. Magleby (Author), David M. O'Brien (Author), Paul Charles Light (Author), & out Magleby is a good author.
He keep it moving right along and it never became bored. He made /5(4). KEY BENFIT: This comprehensive, classic book takes readers from on-lookers to ment by the People lets them see democracy as the participatory government that it is. Covers Presidential Election, constitutional democracy, political culture and ideology, campaigns and elections, the Presidency, the judiciary, and much more/5.
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While I’m always a big fan of great business or leadership books, as I entered public service inI began searching for government-related books. Looking for an unbiased book on American Government/Politics I must admit I'm not very knowledgeable on the aforementioned subject(s) but I want to learn.
I want to read something full of factual information about the history and inner workings of our government, not laden with the personal opinion of the author. Available again in paperback, this sampling of President Carter's public pronouncements address the major concerns of our time,-crime, taxes, technology, poverty, nuclear energy world order, foreign policy, urban sprawl, human rights, the American family-and collectively stand as a testament to his deeply held conviction that we still can, and must have "a government as good as its people.".
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Fascinating book for anyone who lived through those days or younger people who have no idea what was going on in that era. Book was great quality, only had the library stickers on the outside and a few marks on interior pages.
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(And, yes, I know that the police are part of government, so technically every police procedural would qualify here. It tells us what our government is to do for its people." Step 5: Go over the meaning of the Preamble by breaking it into its phrases and going over the more difficult words.
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The heaven-inspired government described in the Book of Mormon afforded this freedom of religious belief and practice to its people: “Now if a man desired to serve God, it was his privilege; or rather, if he believed in God it was his privilege to serve him; but if he did not believe in him there was no law to punish him.
Government By the People, Revised Kentucky Government by Steen, Ralph W. And Faulk, Odie B. and a great selection of related books, art and. BOOK III. BEFORE speaking of Lastly, as there is only one mean proportional between each relation, there is also only one good government possible for a State.
But, as countless events may change the relations of a people, not only may different governments be good for different peoples, but also for the same people at different times.
Book was in good shape and was a good read. Then-Governor Jimmy Carter mixes personal biography and a modest agenda in this readably serious advertisement for his upcoming run for the White House.
Honest and forthright, Carter is at his best describing his upbringing in rural Georgia and years as a U.S. naval officer/5(9). So to disparage government per se — to see government as the central problem in society — is simply not a biblical position.
First, government is supposed to protect its people.Namely, all people fall short of perfection and governments are run by people.
For this reason a perfectly good government cannot exist in this world. The functions of government are carried out by people who are flawed as much as anyone else, and sometimes more so. It is, therefore, wholly unrealistic to expect perfect justice in this life.The relative pronoun "who" does follow "government" as part of either an "essential clause" or "nonessential clause" in actual usage, but many grammar and usage books, as well as the AP Stylebook, inform readers that "who" should be reserved for people and "that" and "which," for things and objects.