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absolutism. See sovereignty Abu Grahib, 176. See also Camp, the access: regulation of, 174, 179, 181, 185 actuarialism, 169, 172, 191 Addams, Jane, 135 administration, 17; administrative agency, 126; administrative centralization, 137; administrative discretion, 83; administrative efficiency, 143; domain of administrative action, 28; modernization, 205n1; proliferation of rules and regulations , 217n5; science of administration, 9, 61; scientific rationality, 17 administrative state, 29, 146, 147; administrative neutrality, 106, 139; interstitial disciplinary action of, 184; neutralization of, 120; as symptom of breakdown in regime of law, 6, 14. See also Public Administration administrator, 9, 56, 147–49, 183; as “practitioner ,” 195–96; subservience to law, 216n; as technical expert, 200 Adorno, Theodore, 123 African Americans, 62, 176, 183; exclusion of, 111; treatment in U.S. Constitution, 110. See also constitutive exclusion Agamben, Giorgio, 12, 84, 93, 123, 156, 157, 166, 175–76, 177, 194, 211n19, 220n4 “agential (agency) perspective,” 32, 126. See also Wamsley, Gary Albrow Martin, 165 Alcorn, Marshall, 199–200 Alexander, Jennifer, 49 alienation, 55–56 Althusser, Louis, 116, 150 Amoore, Louise, 170, 172 Anderson, Benedict, 13, 210n18 Anti-Federalism, 38, 39, 46, 50 antigovernmentalism, 40, 156, 179–86. See also Public Administration: legitimacy crisis; Public Administration: legitimacy question appearance. See representation Appleby, Paul, 209n12, 217n6 Arendt, Hannah, 211n19 Aristotle, 60, 61, 206n5, 208n9 Articles of Confederation, 39 authoritarianism, 211n19 authority, 58, 71, 84, 90, 157, 160, 164, 165, 169, 181; authoritative models of judgment , 167; loci of governmental authority , 122, 183; relation to ontology, 3; sexual difference in Lacanian theory, 215n11; social basis of, 219n1; sovereign authority, 45; structural role of, 198 Babylonia: Code of Hammurabi, 208n9 Badiou, Alain, 3, 5, 75, 194, 207n7, 221– 22n4, 222n6 Baer, William C., 198 Balakrishnan, Gopal, 76 Balibar, Etienne, 150 balance of powers, 33. See also separation of powers Banta, Marta, 142 Barnes, Harry E., 159 Barracks: as distinct political domain. See discipline Bartelson, Jens, 153 Barzelay, Michael, 180 Index 244 / Index Bauman, Zygmunt, 176 Beck, Ulrich, 56, 165 being, 202, 205n3, 207n7; its indeterminacy , 193. See also ontology Benjamin, Walter, 76 Bensel, Richard, 107 Berg, David N., 57 Berger, Peter, 50 Beslan, Russia: terrorist assaults, 220n4 Bhaba, Homi K., 210n18 Bigo, Didier, 165 Bill of Rights, 33 bioengineering, 169 biology: biological theory in political science , 211n19 biometrics. See securitization biopolitics, 45, 85–86, 128, 146–47, 162, 211n19; biopolitical breakdown, 156, 167; biopolitical contest, 90; biopolitical crisis, 130; biopolitical model of efficiency, 151; biopolitical production , 55 104, 122, 131, 139, 143, 191, 218n7; biopolitical project of the People, 13, 69, 72, 84, 120, 144, 155, 164, 166, 167, 174–75, 184, 203, 207n7, 220n2; biopolitical purification, 199; biopolitical regime, 172, 180, 186, 191; biopolitical regulation, 147, 148; biopolitical relation, new, 174–77; biopolitical relationship, 12, 15, 165, 187, 221–22n4; biopolitical state, 152, 153; biopolitical struggle, 91, 95, 103, 113, 114, 115–16, 183. See also bios, zöe biopower, 146–47, 148, 149, 151, 152, 153, 220n2 bios, 12, 84, 90, 104, 113, 117, 179; conflation with zöe, 117, 175, 190, 192–94 Bismarck, Otto von, 127 Blacksburg Manifesto, 10, 212n3. See also Goodsell, Charles; Rohr, John; Stivers, Camilla; Wamsley, Gary; White, Orion F. Blakely, Edward J., 177 Bobbio, Norberto, 76 body, the, 213n4 body politic. See People (the) Bolton, Michael J., 16 borders: “virtual border,” 170. See also boundary; securitization bossism, 120, 128, 129, 135, 137–38 bourgeois society, 215n11 boundary, 39, 51, 110, 130, 161, 168– 70, 186, 194, 195; bounded domain, 215n12; bounded rationality, 124. See also exclusion Bourdieu, Pierre, 205n4, 210n18 Bretton Woods, 214n10 Brown, Brack, 7–8 Burrell, Gibson, 205n2, 206n5 Bumiller, Elizabeth, 172 bureaus, 138, 144; bureau men, 119–20, 130, 135; as integrative mode of fabrication, 119–20, 135 bureaucracy, 212n3; bureaucratic paradigm, 24, 221n8. See also Ostrom, Vincent bureaucrat. See administrator Bush, George W., 76, 172 Bush, Jeb, 181–83 Butterfield, Fox, 176 calculability, 76, 85, 109–10, 114, 115, 121, 160, 161, 162, 163, 167, 171, 172, 175, 178, 179, 180, 191, 192; incalculability, 192; production of, 99; risk factors, 170; of social order, 109–10. See also domain of sense; law: technical law; Locke, John; Public Administration: as political technology Caldwell, Lynton K., 198, 211n19 Cameralism, 208n9 Camp, the, 174–79, 180, 186, 191, 192; “boot camp,” 220–21n6; camp for winners , 177–79; “luxury laagers,” 177 Campbell, Ballard C., 139 Campbell, Kelly, 55 Capital: and representation, 64; money relationship , 64–65; surplus value, 64 capitalism, 51, 64, 128 carceral logic, 176. See...



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  • Legitimacy of governments -- United States -- Public opinion.
  • United States -- Politics and government -- 2001-2009.
  • Political leadership -- United States -- Public opinion.
  • Public opinion -- United States.
  • Public administration -- United States -- Public opinion.
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