The Question : Why is the federal bureaucracy sometimes called the “fourth branch” of government?
Its size and range gives it a great deal of political power.
The number of federal agencies cannot be reduced once they are created.
It was created with the intent to check the other three branches.
The head of each department is elected by popular vote.
So what is the correct answer? Answer:
Because of its size, skills, separation of powers, and desire for security.
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