Is bureaucracy considered the fourth branch of government?

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Bureaucracy is also considered the fourth branch of government due to its large presence in the other three branches. Most bureaucrats concentrate their efforts on the legislative branch of government. Bureaucracy is defined as a group of non-elected officials who have an influence on government due to their ties to a special interest group.
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- it influences the 3 branches of the government - use to accomplish mudane tasks necessary to keep government programs up and running
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The legislative branch of government is made up of the Congress and government agencies, such as the Government Printing Office. Text us!
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No, you've gotten terminology confused. The media is referred to as the fourth ESTATE. In government, the "fourth branch" is bureaucracy.
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