Thesis Statement “While scholars have often argued the nee

Thesis Statement “While scholars have often argued the need not to allow privatization of all function of government with the mind that it could turns the nation to an empty state (AFSCME, 2006; Clemmitt, 2012; and Milward & Provan, 2000); I maintained that privatization of non-sensitive functions should be allowed. The Privatization of some government duties should be allowed as it increases quality and efficiency, and at the same time reduces the list of job that government is to handle for the furtherance of democratic governance. This argument originates out of the fact that privatization save taxpayers’ money, provides strategic flexibility and strengths public private partnership.”Write a 6 pages paper. Please use at least 6 resources from the list below plus 3 peer-reviewed journal articles of your choice in the paper. If a paragraph is only supported by one source, it isn’t a synthesis. The scholarly work needs to be integrated throughout the analysis. ResourcesHudson, W. E. (2017). American democracy in peril: Eight challenges to America’s future (8th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.Chapter 6, “The Sixth Challenge: The ‘Privileged Position’ of Business” (pp. 219-256)Chapter 8, “The Eighth Challenge: The National Security State” (pp. 301-348) Shafritz, J. M., Lane, K. S., & Borick, C. P. (Eds.). (2005). Classics of public policy. New York, NY: Pearson Education.Chapter 5, “The Political Economy of Public Policy”Capitalism and Freedom (1962) (pp. 185–189) American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. (2006). Don’t be a prisoner to empty promises: Prison privatization: The five empty promises. Retrieved from http://www.afscme.org/news-publications/publications/privatization/pdf/Prison-1.pdf Clemmitt, M. (2012, July 13). Privatizing the military. CQ Researcher, 22(25), 597–620. Hacker, J. S., & Pierson, P. (2010). Winner-take-all politics: Public policy, political organization, and the precipitous rise of top incomes in the United States. Politics & Society, 38(2), 152–204. Kosar, K. R. (2006). Privatization and the federal government: An introduction. CRS Report for Congress (Order Code RL33777). Retrieved from http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/RL33777.pdf Milward, H. B., Provan, K. B. (2000). Governing the hollow state. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 10(2), 359–379. National Center for the Study of Privatization in Education (NCSPE). (n.d.) Information resources. Retrieved September 3, 2014, from http://ncspe.org/info-res.php