Scandal: The Culture of Mistrust in American Politics
Anchor Books, 1991 - 375 Seiten
A widely respected authority on national politics explores the world of post-Watergate Washington and provides the essential details to understand how government has become paralyzed by endless hearings and investigations. Updated to include new material on Clarence Thomas, Anita Hill, and Bill Clinton.
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IN THE GREAT TRADITION
AN HONEST PRESIDENT
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