Why is it more difficult for the judiciary and bureaucracy to balance these two objectives

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200/Spring 2013

AMERICAN GOVERNMENT ESSAY QUESTION

In 5-6 double-spaced
pages(normal margins, 12-pt. font),
please answer the question
below.

You should refer only
to the required readings from class. The
inclusion of references to or use of material from outside readings will result
in a lower grade.

References should be
included whenever you directly quote an author and whenever you take a point or
idea from an author.
In-text references—e.g.,
blah, blah, blah (Rosen 2013: 27)—are preferred.
There is no need to include
a list of references.

a hard copy should
be turned in at the start of class on Tuesday, October 22nd.
no late papers will be
accepted.

To
a greater degree than the president or Congress, the U.S. federal courts and
bureaucracy face an important dilemma: they need the authority to accomplish
their duties but also need to be held accountable for their actions. After all, authority + accountability =
legitimacy.

Why
is it more difficult for the judiciary and bureaucracy to balance these two
objectives? How well have they managed
to do so? Which of the two sets of institutions
has done a better job?

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