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Naked Emperors: The Failure of the Republican Revolution

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Naked Emperors: The Failure of the Republican Revolution takes its place alongside All the President's Men and the novel Advise and Consent as a timeless classic about how Washington really works. It is a vivid and gripping eyewitness account about how the Republican Party failed in making government ethical and open. In the wake of the historic elections of 1994, there ...more
Hardcover, 345 pages
Published December 28th 2007 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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Apr 05, 2008 Mike rated it it was ok
With respect to the author, the missed opportunities that Republicans allegedly missed in the early years of the Gingrich Revolution are overstated. The fact remains that the 1994 elections were truly historical by removing a sclerotic Democratic majority after 40 years of uninterrupted rule.
Republicans forced President Clinton to move to the right where he signed many bills that infuriated his Democratic base. That the Republicans remained in the majority in the House for 12 years is remarkable
Feb 23, 2009 Dan rated it it was amazing
Raised by a pack of wild spreadsheets and smarter than Yoda...Scot Faulkner is the guy who most people point to when someone asks for the Management Consultant who knows all the ins and outs. His experience and professional demeanor make him both an asset to a team as well as a great teacher, IF one is willing to listen.

His tome shares a unique view of a legacy which fell short of the hype. The lessons shared by Mr. Faulkner may still float as wisps of gossamer through the halls of the capitol.
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