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" I ask the attention of the public to the paramount necessity of reform in our civil service — a reform not merely as to certain abuses and practices of so-called official patronage which have come to have the sanction of usage in the several Departments... "
Das Staatsarchiv - Seite 166
1878
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Annals of North America: Being a Concise Account of the Important Events in ...

Edward Howland - 1877 - 810 Seiten
...in our civil service, a reform not merely as tj certain abuses and practices of so-called official patronage which have come to have the sanction of...expected nor desired from public- officers any partisan services. They meant that public officers should owe their whole service to the government and to the...
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Annals of North America, Being a Concise Account of the Important Events in ...

Edward Howland - 1877 - 810 Seiten
...in our civil service, a reform not merely as to certain abuses and practices of so-called official patronage which have come to have the sanction of...usage in the several departments of our government, bnt a change in the system of appointment itself; a reform that shall be thorough, radical, and complete...
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Civil Service in Great Britain: A History of Abuses and Reforms and Their ...

Dorman Bridgman Eaton - 1880 - 82 Seiten
...the Civil Service — a reform not merely as to certain abuses and practices of so-called -official patronage which have come to have the sanction of...and practices of the founders of the Government." Thc President gave the most conspicuous proof of his sincerity in selecting for the Secretaryship of...
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Civil Service in Great Britain: A History of Abuses and Reforms and Their ...

Dorman Bridgman Eaton - 1880 - 82 Seiten
...in the Civil Service—a reform not merely as to certain abuses and practices of so-called official patronage which have come to have the sanction of...Government, but a change in the system of appointment itself—a reform that shall be thorough, radical, and complete—a return to the principles and practices...
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Penn Monthly, Band 12

Robert Ellis Thompson, William Wilberforce Newton, Otis H. Kendall - 1881
...Government." If it be a revolution, it is a revolution of a very conservative character, for it is a return to the principles and practices of the founders of the Government, and, so far from its being an endeavor to overturn the basis principles of the Government, it strives...
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The Life and Times of Samuel Bowles, Band 2

George Spring Merriam - 1885
...partisan appointments and pronounced : " The reform should be thorough, radical, and complete. We should return to the principles and practices of the founders of the government, supplying by legislation where needed that which was formerly established by custom. They neither expected...
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History of the Appointing Power of the President

Lucy Maynard Salmon - 1886 - 129 Seiten
...inaugural urged it " not merely as to certain abuses and practices of so-called official patronage, * * * but a change in the system of appointment itself ;...and practices of the founders of the Government." An examination was soon made of the system on which the New York custom-house was conducted, the Secretary...
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Papers of the American Historical Association, Band 1

American Historical Association - 1886
...inaugural urged it " not merely as to certain abuses and practices of so-called official patronage, * * * but a change in the system of appointment itself ;...and practices of the founders of the Government." An examination was soon made of the system on which the New York custom-house was conducted, the Secretary...
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The Civil Service Law: A Defense of Its Principles, with Corroborative ...

William Harrison Clarke - 1887 - 200 Seiten
...not even fit men for public place." President Hayes denounced the patronage system and advocated " a return to the principles and practices of the founders of the government " in both his letter of acceptance and his inaugural address. He also denounced the farming out of...
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Appleton's Cyclopædia of American Biography: Aaron-Crandall

James Grant Wilson, John Fiske - 1891
...president had, however, in his inaugural of 5 March, 1877, declared in favor of civil service reform — " a change in the system of appointment itself ; a reform that shall be thorough, radical, and complete ; that the officer should be secure in his tenure so long as his personal character remained untarnished,...
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