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HOW TO GO INTO POLITICS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The Chairman of the Republican National Committee and member of Congress from Pennsylvania writes from his thirty years of experience for the would-be political worker, in concise, informative fashion. From personal observation, and with personal opinion, he gives the ABC's of getting started, the organization of political parties, their units and basic divisions, how to work on routine, pedestrian assignments, and so make the grade up to bigger jobs, the outline of American government, speech making, legislation, women's work, and do's and dont's for the neophyte. There are appendices on model constitutions, laws, etc. A guide through the maze which dissects the pattern of major party activities should be helpful to anyone wishing to accept the challenge of civic responsibility.

Pub Date: April 7th, 1949
Publisher: John Day