Publisher: U.S. House of Representatives: for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt...
Description:Very Good. First Edition. US House of Reps. 1980. Very thick and...Very Good. First Edition. US House of Reps. 1980. Very thick and heavy book. Green softcover wraps. 1073 pp. Previous owner's signature on cover. Clean and unmarked tight pages, volume is square with light rubbing to covers.
Publisher: U.S. House of Representatives: U.S. Government Printing Office,
Description:Good. No dust jacket as issued. Cover has some wear and soiling....Good. No dust jacket as issued. Cover has some wear and soiling. xxxvi, 1073 p. 27 cm. Illustrations. Source Notes. Selected Bibliography. Index. At head of title: Committee print. Foreword by John M. Logdson, Director of the Graduate Program in Science, Technology, and Public Policy of The George Washington University. This history sees the world from the point of view of the small group of diverse individuals--members and staff--who work in an atmosphere of both cooperation and competition to apply the public interest, as they define it, to overseeing an area of Government activity. The history draws upon rich sources not often available to an outside, such as extensive personal interviews and the private records of the committee.
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