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  1. How did the framers view human nature?
    (Sep 5)
  2. What was Public Administration like under the Articles of Confederation?
    (Sep 5)
  3. How did the framers propose that we remedy the administrative problems experienced under the Articles of Confederation?
    (Sep 5)
  4. What were the elements of the new social contract?
    (Sep 5)
  5. How did Madison and Hamilton propose that we ensure energy and stability in the government (power)?
    (Sep 5)
  6. What were the different views of Jefferson and Hamilton on public administration and how these views come to shape our perceptions of the proper role of government?
    (Sep 5)
  7. How did politics change in America both ideologically and practically during this period?
    (Sep 12)
  8. What role did Jackson play in facilitating change?
    (Sep 12)
  9. How did the concept of patronage change in the antebellum period from that found during both the Federalist and the Republican period?
    (Sep 12)
  10. What was the rationale for Jackson's rotation in office?
    (Sep 12)
  11. How was the theory of rotation used?
    (Sep 12)
  12. What type of personnel system or systems existed within the federal government during the antebellum period?
    (Sep 12)
  13. Significance of Gettysburg Address 1863
    (Sep 12)
  14. What influence did the rise of industrialism have on social/political behavior in the US during the progressive period?
    (Sep 17)
  15. What was the American "Populist Movement"?
    (Sep 17)
  16. What was the American "Progressive Movement"?
    (Sep 17)
  17. What were the various progressive responses to American progressive period?
    (Sep 17)
  18. Why did Wilson believe that the future of effective government require the study of administration?
    (Sep 26)
  19. What were the advantages of the study of administration?
    (Sep 26)
  20. What were the key components of Weber's bureaucracy?
    (Sep 26)
  21. What were the obstacles to the study of administration?
    (Sep 26)
  22. How did Wilson propose to address these obstacles in the study of administration?
    (Sep 26)
  23. How did the progressives influence the development of the field of Public Administration between 1900 and 1930?
    (Oct 3)
  24. How did the progressives influence the nature of administrative research during this period? What kind of research did the progressives want done, generally and in the field of public administration?
    (Oct 3)
  25. What were the major events shaping the field of Public Administration between 1932-1945?
    (Oct 10)
  26. What did Roland Egger say?
    • (Oct 10) Mosher Pg 70-71
    • "it was the first comprehensive reconsideration of the Presidency and the President's control of the executive branch since 1787 and is probably the most important constitutional document of our time."
  27. What were the major recommendations coming out of the Presidnet's Committee?
    (Oct 10)
  28. What did the Executive Order 3848 accomplish?
    (Oct 10)
  29. How did this period....
    (Oct 10)
  30. What was the political setting like in the US during the Cold War period (1946-1960)?
    (Oct 17)
  31. What was the state of the field of Public Administration during the Cold War period?
    (Oct 17)
  32. What was the state of the academic discipline of Public Administration during the Cold War period?
    (Oct 17)
  33. What was the political setting for Public Administration in the 1960's?
    (Oct 24)
  34. What was the field of Public Administration like in the 1960s?
    (Oct 24)
  35. What was the academic discipline like during the 1960's?
    (Oct 24)
  36. According to Fredrickson, what was the problem with old public administration?
    (Oct 24)
  37. What should the new public administration do? - but per who
    (Oct 24)
  38. According to V Ostrom, what causes an intellectual crisis, and how do we know the discipline of Public Administration is in one?
    (Oct 29)
  39. According to Ostrom, what has gone wrong with the intellectual mainstream in PA?
    (Oct 29)
  40. According to Ostrom what are the principle ideas from economic theory that can shed light on the theory of PA?
    (Oct 29)
  41. What is Ostrom's theory of Democratic administration and why does he blame Wilson for rejecting it?
    (Nov 7)
  42. Why does he think that this theory of democratic administration is like and emanates from Hamilton and Madison? exactly what they had in mind?
    (Nov 7)
  43. What challenges did the federal government and PA face in 1980-2000?
    (Nov 14)
  44. Can faith in federal governmental institutions be restored?
    (Nov 14)

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