Public Administration, the State, and the Postmodern ConditionAmerican Behavioral Scientist
AbstractExamines the vision of United States' public administrators of the state as a purposive association. Exploration of the suitability of public administration literature to the postmodern conditions; Inappropriate and dangerous nature of a vision of purposive association; Diversity of political subcultures and language games; Relationship with the constitutional tradition.
Citation InformationMichael W. Spicer. "Public Administration, the State, and the Postmodern Condition" American Behavioral Scientist Vol. 41 Iss. 1 (1997)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/michael_spicer/72/