“The Why of Public Service”–by Stephen Harding


I would suggest that this is one of those periods in our national history that make us question our own core beliefs in our system of governance. What makes “America Exceptional” is its ability to balance a representative form of government while meeting the direct democratic needs of the population.  All of us, including those that work within the governmental system, need to be reminded of the necessary bonds that bind the citizenry, elected representatives, and the career public servants. It is, and always has been, more than process.

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