Appointments with power: an insider's guide to the Clinton administration's top business policy-makers

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Legal Times Books, Jun 1, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 451 pages
Readers are calling APPOINTMENTS WITH POWER a new kind of guide to the power centers in the federal government, with information & insights not available from any other single source. Profiles of 75 top economic policymakers in the Clinton administration are presented in a pleasing format, with a photograph of each top official. APPOINTMENTS WITH POWER also has edge; along with each detailed professional biography is analysis--of what connections helped bring the individual to Washington, whether past ties are prompting recusals, what campaign contributions were made, how personal style is a factor, & more. The Washington Post says author Greg Rushford "explains how some of the administration's high & mighty got their jobs, how they fit into the power mix, & what they really do, regardless of their job titles...Rushford does a commendable job breathing life into his subjects (not always easy with this crowd) & even provides mug shots."--Al Kamen, "In the Loop," February 21, 1994. Rushford is a reporter for Legal Times, an affiliate of American Lawyer Media, the world's largest legal journalism company.

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