The Bill: How Legislation Really Becomes Law Case stdy natl Service Bill (rev & Updated) (Paperback)

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"Skillfully guides us, with an engrossing and provocative tale, through the interplay of Congress and the White House, policy and politics. Must reading for students of American government." —Gary Orren, Harvard University

"Full of genuinely juicy details, it is certain to replace Eric Redman's studies in the future." —Charles Peters, editor in chief, The Washington Monthy.

About the Author


Steven Waldman is cofounder, CEO, and editor in chief of Beliefnet, the largest faith and spirituality website. Previously, Waldman was the national editor of U.S. News & World Report and a national correspondent for Newsweek. His writings have also appeared in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Slate, The Washington Monthly, National Review, and elsewhere. He appears frequently on television and radio to discuss religion and politics. He is the author of Founding Faith and The Bill, a book about the creation of AmeriCorps. Waldman lives in New York with his wife, writer Amy Cunningham, and their children, Joseph and Gordon.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780140233049
ISBN-10: 0140233040
Publisher: Penguin Books
Publication Date: January 1st, 1996
Pages: 320
Language: English