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Working with congress : a scientist's guide to policy.

by White, Kasey Shewey; Carney, Joanne P.
Publisher: [S.l.] : Aaas, 2011ISBN: 9780871687401.Summary: Working With Congress is designed to bridge the gap between the mutually dependent "cultures" of science and government. The first two chapters of this book provide background on congressional organization and the legislative process, while Chapter 3 discusses in detail the communication strategies that one can utilize and presents a list of the top ten rules for working with Congress. - from publisher's page
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Working With Congress is designed to bridge the gap between the mutually dependent "cultures" of science and government. The first two chapters of this book provide background on congressional organization and the legislative process, while Chapter 3 discusses in detail the communication strategies that one can utilize and presents a list of the top ten rules for working with Congress. - from publisher's page

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