Ever wonder what it is like spending almost a half-century as a city manager, in cities from coast to coast? It's nothing like that. Douglas W. Ayres did it and, even more important, has written about how the massive egos of elected officials, posing as "the people's right to know, " made decisions that affect the lives of every one of us - and how a dedicated bureaucrat fought them. The author explores and exposes the minds, methods and motives of public officials, elected and anointed.
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May 01, 2002
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