American administrative structure is influenced by political development and the flexibility of the Constitution. The First Amendment in the Constitution establishes that citizens have the freedom of speech, assembly, press, and expression. However, there is a profound American anomaly encompassing the articulation of the social justice system. Despite the essence of legal constructs to elevate equality and exercise executive power, different parties pose phenomenal opposition fronts and controversial frameworks (Smith, 2018). One of America’s constitutional structures akin to the British mainframe is the legislature. According to researchers, the U.S. Congress was more powerful than the president in the U.S. (Smith, 2018). The idea changed over time, and the president was increasingly proclaimed to be a superior representative of the people compared to the Congress, a constitutionally established branch (Bailey & Maltzman, 2011). The changes may result from presidents acting as political figures monitoring policy-making and legislation to form a president-centered government. Power has gradually shifted from the Legislature branch of governance to the Executive branch.
Power-sharing is an essential factor within an administration due to the dynamic overview concerning socio-cultural and economic issues. On the one hand, the president makes the ultimate decisions. On the other hand, Congress holds a prominent, influential value to the decision-making process (Smith, 2018). The presence of the legislature and the executive are vital in ensuring the interests of either the president of the Congress are well-argued and represent the people’s best interests. Public opinion should therefore influence all government decisions (Dearbon, 2021)). Adept guidelines on law enforcement ensure the legislation and administration in the government is motivated and shaped by public opinion through representation.
The disparity in perception should be considered in public opinion regarding legislation. Members of Congress and the president represent public opinion; hence their endorsement constitutes the people’s interest that they represent. On the one hand, guidelines establish the marginal expectation from particular interdependent theoretical frameworks (Smith, 2018). On the other hand, the mainframe reflects the optimal contribution by all parties. Sustainable growth and development depend on integrating certain initiatives that enhance the relationship-building among dynamic participants while elevating the impact of social equity.
Good social interactions in governance enable a politician to maintain a good relationship with the community. The expertise enshrines such facets as communication, cultural competence, organization, critical thinking, active listening, and advocacy. Primarily, the person must establish relations with the community members to enhance the gathering of vital details regarding welfare and the challenges affecting growth and development (Smith, 2018). Different ethnic groups foster dynamic customs and norms, establishing a functional mainframe that enhances the recognition and appreciation of dynamic perspectives. Diversity is a platform that ensures sharing of information and policies regarding equity and effectiveness in service delivery through the programs.
Equality in representation is a fundamental aspect stipulated in the Constitution and should be considered in legislation and executive orders. Discrimination based on gender, ethnicity, and race in legislation is challenging to appropriate representation (Dearbon, 2021). For instance, racial discrimination is the most common in the U.S. and is a problem that renders the unequal distribution of resources that leads to the marginalization of the groups. Equal participation and representation should guide the decisions of the President and Congress. Ideal approaches to interpreting public interests are suitable for an appropriate legislative action plan. Therefore, the procedure entails defining the problem, identifying the available community-based resources, and determining the core factors promoting equity across the domain.
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Dearborn, J. A. (2021). 2. Ideas and Political Development. In Power Shifts (pp. 23-36). University of Chicago Press
Smith, R. A. (2018). The American anomaly: US politics and government in comparative perspective. Routledge.