The power game: how Washington works

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Collins, 1988 - Political Science - 793 pages
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Review: Power Game: How Washington Works

User Review  - Wmcreyno - Goodreads

Dated, with lots of inside-baseball crap about the Reagan administration. Too long. The author is depressingly complacent about the sleaziness of national politics, and it doesn't help that he doesn't have much sense of humor about it, either. Read full review

Review: Power Game: How Washington Works

User Review  - Goodreads

Dated, with lots of inside-baseball crap about the Reagan administration. Too long. The author is depressingly complacent about the sleaziness of national politics, and it doesn't help that he doesn't have much sense of humor about it, either. Read full review

Contents

The Impact of Reform Money
20
Visibility Credibility and Power
41
The Politics of Being Prickly
58
Copyright

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