in a sea of brown
lived with the inevitability that edtgary would find its way to their own doorsteps and dealt with the overwhelming sorrow and loss once it did.But this book's real value lies in the account it gives of the political machinations required to pass even the simplest safety legislation. Public policy instructors would be well-advised to read this book and consider it for use in their own courses. It's sausage making at its most gut-wrenching worst.
--Muhammad Sun Apr 8 20:38:49 2012

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