A Feeding Frenzy in Washington

A Feeding Frenzy in Washington
Title A Feeding Frenzy in Washington PDF eBook
Author George Franlkin
Publisher Fpa Books
Pages 0
Release 2023-09-15
Genre
ISBN 9781733444446

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A rollicking tale of Washington lobbying that will have you in stitches and make you think twice about our government. Filled with a cast of characters only found in our nation's capital, A Feeding Frenzy in Washington is a hilarious look at the politicians, lobbyists, and assorted scalawags who work behind the scenes to create public policy. A laugh-filled work of fiction that exposes how Congress really works and a must-read for anyone who thought it couldn't get any worse.




Hearings Relating to Madison Guaranty S&L and the Whitewater Development Corporation, Washington, DC Phase: Resolution Trust Corporation ("RTC") document production in response to S. Res. 229

Hearings Relating to Madison Guaranty S&L and the Whitewater Development Corporation, Washington, DC Phase: Resolution Trust Corporation (
Title Hearings Relating to Madison Guaranty S&L and the Whitewater Development Corporation, Washington, DC Phase: Resolution Trust Corporation ("RTC") document production in response to S. Res. 229 PDF eBook
Author United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs
Publisher
Pages 1058
Release 1994
Genre History
ISBN

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Treasury Department Document Production

Treasury Department Document Production
Title Treasury Department Document Production PDF eBook
Author United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs
Publisher
Pages 1060
Release 1995
Genre Governmental investigations
ISBN

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The US Defense Economy

The US Defense Economy
Title The US Defense Economy PDF eBook
Author Jomana Amara
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Pages 150
Release 2022-01-27
Genre Business & Economics
ISBN 1009020994

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The United States defence economy is remarkable for a number of reasons - including sheer size. It receives a significant (albeit decreasing) share of GDP and has a significant international footprint. Its purpose is to provide the resources for national defence - against a set of complex and capable adversaries. The main players in the defence economy are households, and the Federal Government. The associated interactions determine the resources provided for national defence and their allocation among various defence needs. This Element focuses primarily on interactions between government and industrial suppliers within the institutional peculiarities of the defence marketplace. This includes the developments that have determined the course of defence industry consolidation post-Cold War. The authors also highlight the persistent gap between resources available for defence and the means to execute the National Security Strategy. Finally, they offer some tentative thoughts regarding developments likely to shape the defence economy's future.




The Northwest Nature Guide

The Northwest Nature Guide
Title The Northwest Nature Guide PDF eBook
Author James Luther Davis
Publisher Timber Press
Pages 449
Release 2009-01-06
Genre Travel
ISBN 1604691514

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From winter whale watching to autumn seabirding, The Northwest Nature Guide offers more than 170 best bets for wildlife adventures throughout Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia—as well as your own backyard. With contagious enthusiasm and irrepressible humor, James Luther Davis shares his insider tips, helpful maps, and experience to guarantee readers know where they need to go to see nature at its peak every month of the year. Whatever the season and no matter the weather, Davis entices nature lovers of all ages to discover what they might otherwise miss. The intrepid may find the three-toed woodpecker or even Sasquatch. The inquisitive will learn why auks fly but penguins don't. Everyone will discover outdoor adventures that revitalize, inspire, and renew their appreciation for nature. Whether it's tidepooling by the shore, newt pursuit in the woods, or trailing bighorn sheep in the mountains, this practical guide helps make the most of every fresh-air opportunity.




Feeding Frenzy

Feeding Frenzy
Title Feeding Frenzy PDF eBook
Author Larry Sabato
Publisher
Pages 228
Release 2000
Genre Journalism
ISBN

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Why Americans Hate the News Media and How It Matters

Why Americans Hate the News Media and How It Matters
Title Why Americans Hate the News Media and How It Matters PDF eBook
Author Jonathan M. Ladd
Publisher Princeton University Press
Pages 286
Release 2012
Genre History
ISBN 0691147868

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"As recently as the early 1970s, the news media was one of the most respected institutions in the United States. Yet by the 1990s, this trust had all but evaporated. Why has confidence in the press declined so dramatically over the past 40 years? And has this change shaped the public's political behavior? This book examines waning public trust in the institutional news media within the context of the American political system and looks at how this lack of confidence has altered the ways people acquire political information and form electoral preferences. ... Drawing on historical evidence, experiments, and public opinion surveys, this book shows that in a world of endless news sources, citizens' trust in institutional media is more important than ever before."--