The public service and university education.

Princeton, Princeton Univ. Press, 1949.

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Subjects Civil service -- Great Britain.
Civil service -- Study and teaching.
Civil service -- United States.
Description vi, 246 p. 21 cm.
Contents Wartime personnel administration in Federal agencies, by P.H. French.--The role of the United States Civil Service Commission, by A.S. Flemming.--The top manager and his environment, by D.C. Stone.--A business executive looks at government, by R.A. Lovett.--Problems of structure and personnel, by H.S. Hensel.--The needs of the Foreign Service, by G.F. Kennan.--Training for the Foreign Service, by Selden Chapin.--Education and foreign affairs: a challenge for the universities, by F.S. Dunn.--The British civil service, by Sir James Grigg.--The Foreign Service, by E.L. Woodward.--An American view of the British experience, by Paul Appleby.--A first view: the university-wide approach, by J.M. Gaus.--A second view: an American administrative class? By Rowland Egger.--Managing the public's business, by James Forrestal.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00499148
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