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    Dec 2, 2009, 06:18 PM
    How does public policy impact what government ?
    How public policy impacts what government does and how it does it. How the implementation of public policies can lead to the formation of "distributive and regulatory policies" that can adversely impact citizen's lives. How distributive policies help produce environments which fosters and expansion of an administrative state in America.
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    Dec 2, 2009, 06:33 PM

    Thank you very much for hoping we would do your homework for you.

    Of course we don't, Hope you can do well with proper study

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