Public Office

  • (noun): A position concerning the people as a whole.

Some articles on public office, office:

Michigan State University People - Notable Alumni - Politics & Government - Public Office
1968 Former Director, Office of Management and Budget under President Ronald Reagan Marta Suplicy B.A. 1974 former director, Office of National Drug Control Policy Fred M ...
Discrimination Against Atheists - Contemporary Era - Western Countries - United States
... officially include religious tests that would effectively prevent atheists from holding public office, and in some cases being a juror/witness, though ... oath in order to accommodate atheists and others in court or seeking to hold public office ... decision, holding that laws requiring "a belief in the existence of God" in order to hold public office violated freedom of religion provided for by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution ...
Society And Culture Of The Han Dynasty - Social Class - Gentry Scholars and Officials
... assessed taxable wealth of one hundred thousand coins was a prerequisite for holding office ... were worthy candidates for holding office this created a patron-client relationship between former superiors and successful nominees to higher office ... from patron-client relationships, one could use family connections to secure office ...
Catholic Bishops - Additional Titles and Roles - Public Office
... by Pope John Paul II, all members of the Catholic clergy are forbidden to hold public office without the express permission of the Holy See ...

Famous quotes containing the words office and/or public:

    Teaching is the perpetual end and office of all things. Teaching, instruction is the main design that shines through the sky and earth.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The Muse is mute when public men
    Applaud a modern throne.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)