Passion, Politics and Patriotism in Small Town America: Confessions of a Plain-talking, Independent Mayor

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WINGSPAN Press, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 212 pages
This book is the story of an idealistic newcomer's four years at the helm of "Small-Town, America." It will cheer you with the realization that, yes, there are leaders willing to tackle truly difficult issues with courage and determination. Anyone holding public office should read this book. Anyone thinking about running for public office should read this book. It is a "how to" and a "how not to" manual for the politically ambitious. And anyone who has ever railed against waste and inefficiency in local government or muttered in frustration, "You can't fight City Hall"-every American, in other words-should read this book.

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