The Committee on Public Information was an organization assembled by President Woodrow Wilson for the purpose of turning public opinion in favor of United States involvement in World War I. The committee was led by Georg... More »

Herbert Hoover headed the U.S. Food Administration during World War I. He was appointed to the position by President Woodrow Wilson. Hoover was the former head of the Belgian Relief Organization. He later became the 31st... More »

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A conference committee has the task of creating compromises in legislation, according to the U.S. Senate. This committee consists of members of both chambers of the legislature who convene to agree upon language or other... More »

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The Speaker of the House of Representatives is responsible for assigning bills to a House committee. This is one of the early steps for a bill to become a law. More »

Examples of insuring domestic tranquility are The Patriotic Act initiation and World War II imprisonment of Americans of Japanese origin. The Patriotic Act was initiated in 2001 after the September 11 terrorist attacks. More »

Federal bureaucracy refers to the organization of government offices that implement public policy. Highly complex societies require federal bureaucracy to manage public programs and ensure the enforcement of legislation.... More »

The EEOC employs investigators that are responsible for investigating complaints that are filed with the organization; these complaints are also referred to as charges. The EEOC states that investigations can take an ave... More »

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