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Simon and Schuster, Jun 28, 2011 - Political Science - 256 pages
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POLITICS is "the science and art of political government." It is also "factional scheming for power and status within a group" and "crafty or unprincipled methods." That's the Webster definition. It is all of that and more...

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Not a sequel to Mayor, Koch's second book claims to show how politics works at the local and national level. In fact, the focus remains primarily on New York politics. But Koch's sense of style is ... Read full review

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I haven't read this as a whole yet because the computer won't allow me, however, I never did like politics considering the fact that it usually uses the machiavellian way of ruling. You see, politics has been born due to lack of leaders and we need leaders that are selfless and those who doesn't succumb to the tempting scent of power and money, is there any way for us to tell who those people are considering the fact that this is a new century and the temptation for these are quite inevitable. 


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