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Behind Enemy Lines by Mickey Edwards
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Behind Enemy Lines

by Mickey Edwards

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Theme: "a rebel in Congress proposes a bold new politics for the 1980's"; one Congressman's view of the world of US politics and his recommendations and thinking
Type: nf
Value: 2
Age: col
Interest: 2
Objectionable: some what God-less in spite of many true principles; education solutions-165
Synopsis/Noteworthy: good view of black solution and unions-119
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