24 years of House work-- and the place is still a mess: my life in politics

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Andrews McMeel Pub., 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 244 pages
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The renowned female politician shares her personal life and public career, detailing her first victorious election in 1972, how she successfully combines family and politics, and how she rose to the challenge of infiltrating the "guy gulag" of Congress. 100,000 first printing.

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Review: 24 Years of House Work-- And the Place Is Still a Mess: My Life in Politics

User Review  - Marie - Goodreads

This was a Women of the West book club selection. Political history isn't usually my thing, but her humor and breezy style made this light and easy to read. And I learned some stuff along the way. Read full review

Review: 24 Years of House Work-- And the Place Is Still a Mess: My Life in Politics

User Review  - Jack - Goodreads

This woman is a gifted writer. Hilarious and engaging. Helps one really see just how tough women have had it in politics and gov't, even very recently. Read full review

Contents

Kamikaze Run
1
Congressional Bull
19
Change Sparring Partners and Dance
65
Copyright

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