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Supreme Court Justice (nominated by Pres. Clinton 1994)

 


Must have well rounded vision to institute change

Tunnel vision is a "classic administrative disease" that arises "when an agency so organizes or subdivides its tasks that each employee's individual conscientious performance effectively carries single-minded pursuit of a single goal too far, to the point where it brings about more harm than good."
Source: Economics: Private & Public Choice, by Gwartney et al, p.714 , Jan 1, 2010

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