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THE CABINET

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THE task of co-ordinating the many different processes of government may be done by a single man-a prince, president, or dictator, or by a committee. The body performing it will be in any case the chief directive agency of the State. Co-ordination cannot be undertaken save from above and with certain general purposes in view. Administrative decision is of such importance that the man taking it must for that reason have high political significance. A foreign policy decision must often be made by relation to defence and trade policy; an educational policy decision may require to be interwoven with health, labour or taxation policy, and so on. Therefore the minister must be ready to defer to the bigger considerations of general policy involved. If he himself is one of those responsible for creating this bigger policy then he is all the more likely to be able to make it inform his conduct of his own particular branch of affairs. A dictator, in any event, has to listen to the case put forward by a variety of ministers before he can make a major decision. The Cabinet simplifies this process by bringing them together. It has the advantage of several heads over one that more considerations may be ailowed for, but it may also have the disadvantage of less decisiveness. That will mainly depend on the qualities of its leading members. But it has the vital task of co-ordinating policy. This means not only the linking of specific administrative decision by reference

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