This Essay engages two questions: Is conventional public service being swept away by a tidal wave of outsourcing? And, if replacement by private providers is eroding public employment, how (if at all) should the interests of government works, and government employment as part of America's social landscape, be considered as factors in the debate about privatization?
John D. Donahue,
Privatization and Public Employment: An Essay on the Current Status and the Stakes,
28 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1693
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