Controlling the Bureaucracy
The bureaucracy is unusual because although it is a policymaking institution, it is not mentioned anywhere in the Constitution. Therefore, who is in control of the bureaucracy is a question that has drawn the attention of many observers. Morris Fiorina, Hugh Heclo, and William Bianco are all political scientists or scholars who address this question with their essays on the topic.
In Morris Fiorina's essay, entitled "Congressional Control of the Bureaucracy", Fiorina's main point is that Congress has the power but not the incentive for "coordinated" control of the bureaucracy, while the president has the incentive but not the power. …
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