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His skill has little or nothing to do with the particular product or service of the company. The public official searches for the common good, but is able to see only a plurality of conflicting special interests. There is no policy or legislation that will not be championed by 40 EDWARD C. HALPER some interests and condemned by others. It is possible to distinguish the more widespread interests from the less so, but the “common good” evaporates into competing interests. Finally, the political activist is motivated by his desire to pursue a good beyond his narrow self-interest.
The classic work on public goods is Olson (1965). 12. ” 13. Although President William Jefferson Clinton declared that “the era of big government is over” (State of the Union address on January 23, 1996), the state in fact continues to be massive in all modern nations. Paul Charles Light (1999) argues that government is in fact much vaster than it appears. 9 million full-time civil servants but also indirectly 17 million nonfederal workers in carrying out public programs. The latter belong to what Light calls “the shadow of government,” which greatly exceeds the visible government.
For example, protectionist legislation may increase the revenue of a particular domestic industry but such interventions in the market are inherently inefficient; protectionist regulations tend to produce shortages and other economic dislocations and to provoke retaliatory protectionist measures by foreign countries, which harm other economic enterprises. Further, with greater governmental power there are more opportunities for corruption. Although more laws and regulations may be adopted when egregious acts reach the light of day, clever individuals and groups will predictably seek and find ways to evade the rules.
Aristotle's Politics Today (S U N Y Series in Ancient Greek Philosophy) by Lenn E. Goodman, Robert B. Talisse