Many political scientists, focusing upon the concept of "political power," define politics as the pursuit of political power and competition for political power. John M. Pfiffner and Frank P. Sherwood define politics as "the process by which political power is acquired and exercised." Politics involves the pursuit, acquisition, and exercise of political power. What is the relationship between politics and political power? What is political power? What is political behavior? What is the relationship between political power and political behavior? What is the relationship between political power and public policy? What is the ultimate purpose of political power? What are two major forms of political power? What is political authority? When is political authority legitimate? What is political influence?
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Tom is semi-retired from the accounting profession where he worked for 30 years as a bookkooper, auditor, accounting manager and assistant controller. He currently operates his own accounting, bookkeeping and tax service. He is currently married to Jennifer. He has 2 children Michael and Gracie. Michael is a computer technician and Gracie is a dental assistant. He has always loved books and collecting quotes for many, many years. He tries to live by them since they provide motivation and inspiration.