Gorilla tactics

Wright, Robert
September 1995
New Republic;9/18/95-9/25/95, Vol. 213 Issue 12/13, p4
Calls for the resignation of U.S. Senator Bob Packwood for being involved in sex scandals. Efforts of Packwood to protect his position; Comparison of the behavior of Packwood with that of the behavior of alpha male primates; Privileges attendant to being a legislator.


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