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Political Science -- Government Agencies Term Paper

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Subject:Government

Topic:Government Agencies

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The contention that politics by innuendo, unethical conduct, and moral decay are somehow strictly modern phenomena is patently false. If anything, increased public scrutiny, partially made possible through new technologies, may make it more difficult for such ethical abuses to take place for long.

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Bibliography

Adams, G.B. (1993). Ethics and the Chimera of Professionalism: The Historical Context of an Oxymoronic Relationship. The American Review of Public Administration, 117-139.

Anechiarico, F. (1994). Visions of Corruption Control and the Evolution of American Public Administration. Journal of Public Administration, 465-473.

David, S.R. (2003). Israel's Policy of Targeted Killing. Ethics & International Affairs, 111-123.

Ginsberg, G. a. (2002). Politics by Other Means: Politicians, Prosecutors, and the Press from Watergate to Whitewater. New York W.W. Norton.

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