A BUSINESS GUIDE TO BUSH COUNTRY Don't expect rigorous ideology or battles with a domineering White House staff. The Boss has spread power widely, so try to make friends with his friends

Dowd, Ann Reilly; Reese, Jennifer
July 1989
Fortune;7/17/1989, Vol. 120 Issue 2, p93
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