Political Corruption in America: An Encyclopedia of Scandals, Power, and Greed, Volume 1

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Mark Grossman
Grey House Publishing, 2008 - Political Science - 738 pages
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This dynamic, two-volume reference work covers the complete scandal-filled history of American political corruption. Over 350 information-packed entries explore the people, crimes, investigations and court cases behind 200 years of political scandals.

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Illustrated with political cartoons, photos of key figures such as Abe Fortas and Archibald Cox, graphs showing the number of presidential pardons, and tables depicting the number of expulsions and ... Read full review

Contents

W Williams Harrison Arlington Jr 19192001 491
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A Bullock Rufus Brown 18341907
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Agnew Spiro Theodore 19181996 l2 Butler David C 18291891
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Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Mark Grossman is a shareholder in the law firm Grossman Law Group and has been a regular columnist for the "Miami Herald".

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