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Mandate: A Man for the Times the Presidency of George Herman Ted Williams

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The Federal Government-never good at long-term planning and recently coming up tragically short in near-term adaptive economic oversight-has also never been more gridlocked. Partisan politics, self interest, economic misinformation, and mindless slogans rule the day-at one of the most critical and transitional times in our history.

On the other hand, advances in technology...more
Paperback, 540 pages
Published February 3rd 2012 by iUniverse.com
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Carolyn Holden
This is the most boring book I have ever tried to read. After reading it for about 3 weeks I am still only about a third of the way through, and I am giving up, which is something I rarely do. I made the mistake of thinking that it is the same Michael Connelly who I have read before, but it is a different author. I do not recommend this book unless you need something to help you sleep at night!
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