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In respect to governmental bureaucracy, and in general terms, bureaucracies tend toward conservatism for several reasons. For one thing, the officers and administrators of governmental agencies are, like most ordinary persons, committed to the established way of doing things, in whatever area they may be serving; thus, they tend to 'conserve' rather than be 'creative' or 'progressive.' For another thing, and again like most ordinary persons, such governmental employees desire job-security; thus, they tend to seek to 'conserve' (or, more simply, hold on to) their responsibilities, their positions, and their funding, regardless of changing political climates or national needs and issues.

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