BOOK REVIEW OF “THE WAXMAN REPORT” BY HENRY WAXMAN CUSTOM ESSAY

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BOOK REVIEW OF “THE WAXMAN REPORT” BY HENRY WAXMAN. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR FULL INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE INSTRUCTOR AND ALSO FULL DESCRIPTION OF THE BOOK COPIED FROM WEB. INSTRUCTIONS: Book Reviews: Each review is to be about 600 words, not counting a, and, an, the (about 2 ? pages). The reviews should be typed, double-spaced with a 12-point font. You should have a one-inch margin on the top, bottom, left, and right. Papers exceeding 600 words will be returned for cutting before being read by the instructor. Late papers will be penalized a letter grade per day. Format of Book Reviews: PLACE THE PUBLICATION INFORMATION AS A HEADER AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE. Top lines of page (single-spaced) are to include author’s full name, full title of book, place of publication, name of publishing company, and year of publication (copyright). A book review consists of an explanation of the author’s thesis (about 200 words), a summary of the highlights of the book (about 300 words), and your assessment of the book (about 100 words). Should you quote from the book, be very selective and be sure to include the page number of the quote in parentheses [example: (p. 29)]. Do not use block quotes. When you hand in your book review (which, of course, has gone through numerous drafts and is remarkably clean of typing and grammatical errors) – pencil corrections acceptable – it will be marked for everything: summation of thesis, evidence cited from book to demonstrate the thesis and support your comments about the book, organization of review, punctuation, grammar, spelling, typing errors, etc., as well as your assessment of the book. FULL DESCRIPTION: Full Description At a time when some of the most sweeping national initiatives in decades are being debated, Congressman Henry Waxman offers a fascinating inside account of how Congress really works by describing the subtleties and complexities of the legislative process. For four decades, Waxman has taken visionary and principled positions on crucial issues and been a driving force for change. Because of legislation he helped champion, our air is cleaner, our food is safer, and our medical care better. Thanks to his work as a top watchdog in Congress, crucial steps have been taken to curb abuses on Wall Street, to halt wasteful spending in Iraq, and to ban steroids from Major League Baseball. Few legislators can match his accomplishments or his insights on how good work gets done in Washington. In this book, Waxman affords readers a rare glimpse into how this is achieved-the strategy, the maneuvering, the behind-the-scenes deals. He shows how the things we take for granted (clear information about tobacco’s harmfulness, accurate nutritional labeling, important drugs that have saved countless lives) started out humbly-derided by big business interests as impossible or even destructive. Sometimes, the most dramatic breakthroughs occur through small twists of fate or the most narrow voting margin. Waxman’s stories are surprising because they illustrate that while government’s progress may seem glacial, much is happening, and small battles waged over years can yield great results. At a moment when so much has been written about what’s wrong with Congress-the grid­lock, the partisanship, the influence of interest groups-Henry Waxman offers sophisticated, concrete examples of how govern­ment can (and should) work.

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