The Principles and Practice of Political Compromise: A Case Study of the United States Senate
E. Mellen Press, 1984 - 308 pages
An empirical and ethical examination of the role of compromise in American politics, this text includes interviews with 34 senators and 20 staff members, as well as several lobbyists and journalists who provide an insight into the world of political decision-making.
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Compromise and Politics
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