A Government of Strangers: Executive Politics in Washington

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Brookings Institution, 1977 - 272 pages
How do political appointees try to gain control of the Washington bureaucracy? How do high-ranking career bureaucrats try to ensure administrative continuity? Th answers are sought in this analysis of the relations between appointees and bureaucrats that uses the participants own words to describe the imperatives they face and the strategies they adopt.

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