The development of national administrative organization in the United States, by Lloyd Milton Short.


Baltimore, Md., Johns Hopkins Press, 1923.

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Subjects Executive departments -- United States.
Executive departments.
Politics and government
United States -- Politics and government.
United States.
Series Brookings Institution. Institute for Government Research. Studies in administration ; no. 10.
Description xviii, 514 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1923.
Notes Issued also as thesis (Ph. D.) University of Illinois.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 483-490).
Contents Part I: Administrative Organization to 1860 -- Administrative Organization: 1775-1789 -- Foundations of Administrative Organization: 1789-1800 -- The Department of State -- The Department of War -- The Department of the Treasury -- The Department of the Navy -- The Post Office, the Attorney General's Office, and Detached Services -- The Department of the Interior -- Summary of Administrative Organization Prior to 1860 -- Part II: Administrative Organization Since 1860 -- The Department of State -- The Department of War -- The Department of the Treasury -- The Department of the Navy -- The Department of Justice -- The Post Office Department -- The Department of the Interior -- The Department of Agriculture -- The Departments of Commerce and Labor -- Permanent Detached Agencies -- Administrative War Agencies -- The President as Administrator-in-Chief -- Administrative Reorganization.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)501131
(OCoLC)ocm00501131
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WorldCat Identities Short, Lloyd M. 1897-1981.
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