Why You Can't Beat City Hall at Washington, D.C

Brookhiser, Richard
October 1978
National Review;10/13/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 41, p1274
The article reports on key issues and developments relevant to the political conditions in the United States. It tells of the design of policy reforms to redistribute federal power and structural reforms to improve the efficiency of federal power. It mentions impediments to federal efficiency and the reorganization of the White House staff.


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