Pennsylvania Avenue: Profiles in Backroom Power
Gerald Seib is assistant managing editor and executive Washington editor of The Wall Street Journal.
Gerald Seib, co-author, of Pennsylvania Avenue: Profiles in Backroom Power, discussed his book and how Washington operates with a group of high school educators at the Bright House Networks Educators' Conference Lecture. He talked about why he and the co-author wrote the book, and how they gathered information for their book. Mr. Seib responded to questions from the audience.
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