Four Questions on American Government

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Four Questions on American Government
Part #1: Book Analysis
Colton Campbell has made a name as a Congressional staff member and author of Guide to Political Campaigns in America. He has expanded his explanations of how Congress works in the book Discharging Congress: Government by Commission.
The book Discharging Congress: Government by Commission (2002) written by Colton Campbell speaks freely of the congressional commissions desire to explain why congress volunteered to give up some of its power. When Congress began not tending to their own business and began forming commissions to investigate issues and events in American politics they deemed themselves unable to decipher the complexities of government much to the disappointment and...
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.....ces are lower, product quality is enhanced, consumers have ore choice, there are more choices in a free market, corruption is less and product delivery is quicker. Some of the disadvantages of privatization are that markets fail and natural monopolies are formed (Bernhardt and Dresser,
n.d
.).
The basic economic element of argument for advantage as it refers to privatization is that few incentives are ensured and there is little government intervention. The creation of monopolies is a problem and a natural occurrence in privatization (Bernhardt and Dresser,
n.d
.).
References
Bernhardt, A. and Dresser, L. (
n.d
.). Why Privatizing Government Services Would Hurt Women Workers. Retrieved January 31, 2010, from http://www.iwpr.org/pdf/b237.pdf