An advocate for limited government would most likely oppose the modern american bureaucracy for which reason?
a. the use of civil service exams unfairly prevents leaders from using the patronage system.
b. the bureaucracy shifts too much federal power from the president to congress.
c. the growth of bureaucracy has expanded the role of government in citizens' lives.
d. the rise of bureaucracy has not led to the formation of enough government corporations.

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The most typical reasons American people give for why they dislike the bureaucracy is that it is too intrusive (too many rules), that it is ineffective and that it is too big. The hallmark of the US bureaucracy is that it has always been neutral and its main job is to make the nation more and more democratic.

Explanation:

The correct answer is A. The bureaucracy has become so enormous which is no longer efficient.

Bureaucracy is termed as administrative policy making group and non-elective government officials.

Nowadays bureaucracy is termed as the institution which covers administration system which govern big institution and they might either be private or public owned.

It develops negative connotation. It is convoluted. inflexible to individuals and inefficient.

The bureaucracy has expanded into areas not mentioned in the constitution

Explanation:

Advocate for limited government believe that the government power should be restricted in order to prevent it from transforming into tyranny and took away the freedom of the citizens.

They are most likely oppose the american bureaucracy because we allow implied power for the congress. This mean that the congress can create a law that is not mentioned in constitution as long as it's for the purpose of supporting the duties that they have according to the written constitution.

The answer you are looking for is:


" A. The bureaucracy has become so enormous that is no longer efficient"


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A) the growth of bureaucracy has come at the expense of government corporations

Explanation:

The bureaucracy is the organization or structure that is characterized by centralized and decentralized procedures, division of responsibilities, specialization of work, hierarchy and impersonal relationships.The term is used in sociology, administrative science and, especially, administration public. It could be defined as a set of techniques or methodologies willing to learn or rationalize the external reality (to which the central power aims to control) in order to know it and call it in a standardized or uniform way A clear example of this characteristic of bureaucracies, particularly those of government, is the hiring and assignment or removal of personnel, that is, officials, according to explicit criteria and relevant to the performance of functions.

C

Explanation: The bureaucracy has expanded into areas not mentioned in the Constitution.

C. The bureaucracy has expanded into areas not mentioned in the Constitution. (APEX)

Explanation:

B. the bureaucracy has become so enormous that it is no longer efficient.

Explanation:

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The bureaucracy has expanded into areas not mentioned in the constitution...

​The answer is: C.The growth of bureaucracy has expanded the role of government in citizens' lives.

This expansion means that the government would have more authority to restrict the freedom that the citizens have.

 The advocate for limited government argued that in order to prevent such things from happening, we need to reduce the government power by creating legislations that prevent the government from interferring with our private lifes and focusing their functions only as a regulator for the economy and national defense.



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