The bill : how the adventures of Clinton's National Service bill reveal what is corrupt, comic, cynical, and noble, about Washington

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Notes on front endpaper: What is the Battered Liberal Syndrome. Underlinings/Notes: Underlinings: Details on Eli Segals, personality, background, career. List of current/former politicians and their attitudes toward student loans/public service. Lamb's underlinings include tensions between politicians/lobbyists/activists/special interests/local government and the bureaucracy. Notes: "Brother Mike in W.H.," "the worst in D.C.," "Clinton," "Vietnam," "Carolyn Staley," " G.I. Bill," "Didn't know cost," "campaign rhetoric," "What process revealed--legal corruption," "home care services," "City Year," "TV doesn't unite," "Milton Friedman," "Income contingent loans," "med. school debt," "Eli Segal," "Clinton's self-deception," "liberal bias," "reporters cynicism," "Clinton-Big states role," "2/3 of money given by states," "House/Senate conference student aid reform bill," "Americorps."

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Waldman, Steven, “The bill : how the adventures of Clinton's National Service bill reveal what is corrupt, comic, cynical, and noble, about Washington,” One Book. One Author. One Hour., accessed November 29, 2022, http://booknotes.gmu.edu/items/show/301.

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Title

The bill : how the adventures of Clinton's National Service bill reveal what is corrupt, comic, cynical, and noble, about Washington

Creator

Waldman, Steven

Date

1995
Program air date: January 29, 1995

Description

Offers a detailed and sometimes humourous account of the political process of trying to revamp the college loan system and create the the program now known as AmeriCorps.

Subject

"National service--United States."
"Student loans--United States."

Source

Brian Lamb Booknotes Collection
Gift of Brian Lamb, 2011.

Publisher

Viking Books
George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives

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Language

eng

Identifier

515851
670853003