Willoughby

Willoughby

Willoughby extended the branches of government. In another words, he distinguished politics in the perspective of executive and public management in the perspective of administration. Willoughby thought there are five classes of governmental powers: the legislative, judicial, executive, electorate, and administrative. The executive function is political, while the administrative function is concerned with putting into effect.

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