Public Relations In The Beginning

President Wilson set the foundation for public
relations by addressing issues and bringing out the
point that building resources could strengthen the
system. This later led people to see that knowledge
held the power that officials needed to produce a
strong public relations and orderly system.

Despite of these facts however, many high nose
officials think that being in office creates the
power. This is why we see so much distortion,
confusion, swindles; and other actions that cause the
people harm.

Public relations is about serving the people and
protecting them from harm. According to some
spectators, such as the writer Goodnow who believed
that public relations had "two distinct functions of
government."

That comprised of politics. (Goodnow; Politics) State
will, must be expressed by the politics according to
Goodnow in order to create an effective system.

According to Goodnow, the public relations intentions
were to execute policies. He believed that dividing
the powers would define the distinctions among the
two.

Goodnow made some valid points, which were brought out
in Paradigm I this brought attention to the notion
that public relations should focus on government
bureaucracy.

Rationalization made this scheme the locus, which
evolved the politic and administrative or public
relations separation of a range of contradictory
divisions.

The changes and notions effected public relations and
politics so dramatically that it is going to take some
major repairs to reenact public relations so that it
truly works in the favor of all human beings.