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Based on first-hand knowledge, interviews, and research, this biography portrays the former director of the Office of Management and Budget as a success-oriented workaholic whose economic vision resulted in the largest budget cuts in American history
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This volume is based on extensive interviews with Stockman, his friends, and his enemies. The author strives for a balanced viewaware of Stockman's serious flaws but forgiving of some. Stockman is seen here as a man of extremes, both good and bad. His feuds are described in all their juicy details. There are disturbing scenes of superficial policymaking in the Reagan administration along with revealing portraits of the key players. Whether one likes Stockman or not, the book captures the reader quickly. Like John Greenya and Anne Urban's The Real David Stockmen ( LJ 6/1/86), Ullmann's work will be a good counterweight to Stockman's own memoir. Highly recommended for its complete view of an important individual and an important period of time. Richard C. Schiming, Economics Dept., Mankato State Univ., Minn.
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