Abstract: Life inside the beltway has a tendency to twist the viewpoint of our elected representatives to the point that they convince themselves that all the pork-barrel spending they do really is for the good of the country.
Keywords: book review, politics, budget deficit, national debt, pork barrel, congress, government spending policy, United States.
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Title: The Culture of Spending: Why Congress Lives beyond Our Means
Author: James L. Payne
Publisher: I C S Press
Date Published: May 1991
ISBN: 1558151346
LOCN: HJ7537.P39 1991
Dewey: 336.3/9/0973 20
Pages: 225
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Author:        Payne, James L.
Title:         The culture of spending : why Congress lives
                  beyond our means / James L. Payne.
Published:     San Francisco, Calif. : ICS Press, c1991.
Description:   ix, 225 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
LC Call No.:   HJ7537.P39 1991
Dewey No.:     336.3/9/0973 20
ISBN:          1558151346 (alk. paper) : $24.95
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-218)
                  and index.
Subjects:      Government spending policy -- United States.
Control No.:   91018994 


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