The Gatekeepers

Author: Chris Whipple
Publisher: Crown
ISBN: 0804138257
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Filled with shrewd analysis and never-before-reported details, The Gatekeepers offers an essential portrait of the toughest job in Washington.

Yasayan Tarih

Author: Hillary Rodham Clinton
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ISBN: 9789755093895
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Een levende geschiedenis. -Memoires van de Amerikaanse senator (1947- ) over vooral haar jaren als vrouw van de Amerikaanse president.

Risk Analysis In The Private Sector

Author: Chris Whipple
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461324653
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The theme of this volume--risk analysis in the private sector--reflects a changing emphasis in risk analysis.

De Minimis Risk

Author: Chris Whipple
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1468452932
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One of these is the examination of regulatory actions-in particular actions by the EPA-in response to risks of varying magnitude.

American Government In Action

Author: Ryan J. Barilleaux
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780130789242
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executive with the resources necessary to propose legislation to Congress, to
identify candidates for all the appointments presidents must make while in office,
or to monitor the ever-changing flow of events that affect the Oval Office. ...
Despite the highly individual character of the relationship between a chief
executive and the top White House aide, we can discern three broad types of
presidential chiefs of staff: the gatekeeper, the coordinator, and the "first among
equals" (Table 9.3).

The Gatekeeper

Author: Kathryn Smith
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501114964
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The real core of the story is the White House years from 1933 until 1942, when LeHand helped create the vast New Deal bureaucracy. She decided who would see the president and when; today her title would be chief of staff.