A large organization.
Authority divided among several managers.
Complexity of structure.
An issue network.
Gave the president sole power to make appointments.
Gave Congress sole power to make appointments.
Restricted administrative appointments to election years.
Does not mention departments or bureaus.
None of the above.
Department of the Interior.
Post Office Department.
Passage of the 14th Amendment.
The creation of the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC).
The laissez-faire doctrine was held by a majority of the Senate.
The commerce clause was amended.
The Department of Labor was created.
Periods of prosperity.
Department of State.
Department of Justice.
The power is not explicitly mentioned in the Constitution
The power has been inferred from the power to legislate.
Congress can compel witnesses to appear by subpoena.
Ignoring a congressional subpoena can result in citation for contempt.
Congress cannot sentence an individual in contempt to jail.
House Ways and Means Committee.
House Committee on Committees.
House Steering Committee.
House Appropriations Committee.
House Rules Committee.
Authorization of an agency budget.
Appropriation of an agency budget.
Creation of an agency budget.
Dismissal of an agency head.
B & C
They tend to be highly academic and nonpartisan.
They tend to hold views that are in opposition to the party in power.
They are groups that regularly debate government policy on specific issues.
They are composed mostly of federal bureaucrats of the same party as the current president.
They are usually composed of party leaders and corporate heads.
An issue network.
An iron triangle.
A flexible triumvirate.
Agencies that are being undermined by their employees.
Agencies that are being undermined by Congress.
Agency heads who fire employees for misconduct.
Bureaucrats who tell on their bosses.
Bureaucrats who are not career employees.