Bureaucracy: Perfected in Britain

Published: April 7th, 2009

It has existed since the first states and was named by the French, but it's often said that bureaucracy was “perfected” by the British, and exported to all the colonies. And while the legacy of colonial bureaucracy may exceed that of the U.K.'s today, the Brits are no slouches themselves.

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