Identify who the various actors are in the process of policy making. b) Explain the idealistic model of complete rationality and describe why critics suggest that the model is unattainable, exploring the concepts of bounded rationality, "satisficing," and "incrementalism." c) Discuss the limitations that cause incrementalism and explain the difference between the "root" and "branch" methods of policy decision making,including the advantages and disadvantages of each. d) Discuss the public choice framework proposed by Charles Tiebout and the concept of citizens "voting with their feet." e) Discuss the challenges to Tiebout's model and the shortcomings of citizens as efficient policymakers. f) Discuss the institutional rational choice in contrast with the public choice framework. g) Despite all of these competing frameworks, explain where we are left as far as how public policy is molded and how heuristics have become the standard.