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Resignation in protest : political and ethical choices between loyalty to team and loyalty to conscience in American public life / Edward Weisband, Thomas M. Franck
Bib ID 312487
Format BookBook
Author
Weisband, Edward, 1939-
 
Description New York : Grossman Publishers, 1975 
236 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0670595276
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Cabinet officers -- United States -- Case studies.  |  Cabinet officers -- Great Britain -- Case studies.  |  Loyalty -- Case studies.  |  Political ethics -- Case studies.
Other authors/contributors Franck, Thomas M. (Thomas Martin), joint author

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