Factors of General Influence
The chapters of Part II have given a chronological account of the evolution of the organisation of the Ministry. Part IV will consider, in more depth, the particular issues and problems in each of the main functional areas of groupings within the Ministry. Before turning to this detailed analysis it is first necessary to see whether certain general factors have had significant effects either on the general shape and speed of change in the Ministry or, more specifically, on individual areas within it.
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