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The White House Staff By Bradley H. Patterson Jr

The White House Staff
by Bradley H. Patterson Jr

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In this sequel to his 1988 book, "Ring of Power", Patterson examines the inner workings of the White House staff, providing a description of the contemporary staff and discussing their operations and responsibilities. The text features comments by senior White House aides and former employees.
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The White House Staff: Inside the West Wing and Beyond by Bradley H. Patterson Jr

In this sequel to his 1988 book, Ring of Power, Patterson examines the inner workings of the White House staff, providing a description of the contemporary staff and discussing their operations and responsibilities. The text features comments by senior White House aides and former employees.

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The White House Staff Reviews


"Brad Patterson has done a superb job of capturing the essence of White House operations. His knowledge of presidents, their staffs, and the challenges they face sheds new light on one of our most important institutions--the modern Presidency." --Richard B. Cheney, Vice President of the United States

About Bradley H. Patterson Jr


Bradley H. Patterson Jr. has lived and worked in Washington for sixty-three years, fourteen of them on the White House staff under Presidents Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, and Gerald Ford. He is a former president of the American Society for Public Administration and is a senior fellow with the National Academy of Public Administration. Patterson is also the author of "Ring of Power" (Brookings, 1988) and "The White House Staff: Inside theWest Wing and Beyond" (Brookings, 2000).

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GOR008305739
The White House Staff: Inside the West Wing and Beyond by Bradley H. Patterson Jr
Bradley H. Patterson Jr
Used - Good
Hardback
Brookings Institution
2000-05-01
448
0815769504
9780815769507
N/A
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