The Skokie Cases

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Garofalo and Geuras (1999) discuss how their unified theory could help resolve and provide issues for public administration issues in chapter 5 (p. 134). Garofalo and Geuras continue to use their same technique that they have used in all of the chapters; they define the distinction of agency and autonomy and then unify them. Once again, they bring up Kant and his influences. They discuss the Skokie case in depth and use it as an example about how it can be applied to public administrative practices (p. 154).The Skokie case, in summary was about a Nazi group requesting permission to hold a parade and Pops refuses for various reasons. Theology holds control over his behavior/decision.The situation shows an issue of problems in the ethics, morality,
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