Inside the system; a Washington monthly reader. Edited by Charles Peters and Timothy J. Adams. Introd. by Richard H. Rovere.
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Adams, Timothy J.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1963-1969.
xviii, 333 p. 22 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Political reporters in presidential politics, by D. S. Broder.--The White House staff vs. the Cabinet: an interview with Bill Moyers, by H. Sidey.--Behind the scenes and under the rug: one man's Presidential Commission, by H. E. Shuman.--Passive-positive to active-negative: the style and character of Presidents, by J. D. Barber.--Memo of the month/Department of the Air Force.--A Senator's day, by J. Boyd.--Jamie Whitten, permanent secretary of agriculture, by N. Kotz.--The highwaymen, by D. Hapgood.--The making of a majority: safeguard and the Senate, by N. Miller.--Memo of the month/the Under Secretary of Labor.--The special assistant, by R. Baker and C. Peters.--Revolt at Justice, by G. J. Greenberg.--Rebuke at HEW, by M. Mintz.--The cost of cowardice: silence in the Foreign Service, by W. A. Bell.--Ambassador's rebuttal, by K. M. Crockett.--Memo of the month/National Labor Relations Board.--The missing Ambassador, by J. C. Thomson, Jr.--The data game, by A. M. Ross.--The stupidity of intelligence, by M. J. Blachman.--Spring spending spree, by C. R. Fisher.--"Freedom of choice" in Georgia, by T. Branch.--Can we survive? By B. Commoner.
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