The bill: how legislation really becomes law: a case study of the National Service Bill
In this behind-the-scenes account of a bill's inhospitable journey through the maze of government, a national correspondent for Newsweek provides in vivid detail an eye-opening portrait of how Washington really works. Essential reading for all those interested in the ways and means of government.
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