Brendan Babish's Reviews > Do Not Ask What Good We Do: Inside the U.S. House of Representatives

Do Not Ask What Good We Do by Robert Draper
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May 10, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: 2012
Read from May 10 to 17, 2012

Great breakdown of what happens when political idealism meets reality, in this case when the Tea Party freshman congressman actually had to start governing. This book gives a good overview of how Congress works (or doesn't, for the most part) and includes several colorful details of the dealmaking process. I do feel more enlightened about how the House works, but it's hard not to be pessimistic about the future of this country if these are our leaders. Probably the book's biggest achievement: John Boehner comes across as a pretty cool guy.
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