Bureaucracies are the institutions responsible for implementing public policy, and are thus a key part of the structure of government. Bureaucrats are also the only employees of the government with which most of us have much direct contact, whether we are applying for a driving licence or a passport, paying our taxes, or buying property. Just as executives and legislatures come in different forms, and are subject to complex pressures, the same applies to bureaucracies.
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