The art of the deal

Stanglin, Douglas; Witkin, Gordon
December 1997
U.S. News & World Report;12/22/97, Vol. 123 Issue 24, p24
Discusses how former Associate Attorney General Webster Hubbell failed to write a series of papers about public service at the behest of John Phillips, founder of the Consumer Support and Education Fund. How Phillips had to reimburse the group the money that was paid to Hubbell out of his own pocket; The decision of Phillips to take artwork that hung in Hubbell's home after failing to reimburse Phillips.


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