Terry Moe and Scott Wilson's (1994) theory elaborating on the president's countervailing institutional motivation to strengthen and consolidate the bureaucracy under presidential control is examined. The omission of political parties and courts from the analysis could have altered some of their conclusions on comparative institutional advantages.
Comment on “Presidents and the Politics of Structure”,
57 Law and Contemporary Problems
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