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This article aims to present public policy evaluation theories problems first is how to deal with ontology dilemma problem, need to choose only between subjective or objective? Second Does the evaluation public policy result if its unsuccessful means it fails? The data obtained from academic paper reference. The results showed Multi Dimensions model and Grey Areas in Between approach from Allan McConnell that add political factor which accept subjective values and redefined meaning of successful and failure by shading the degree are properly to solve the problem and make it a step to develop public policy evaluation theories. Avail use to analyze and understand the complicated of public policy nowadays.
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