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The Worst-Case Scenario Almanac: Politics

By David Borgenicht,and Turk Regan

5 x 7 in; 288 pp;
line drawings throughout
Paperback
June 2008
ISBN 9780811863216
ISBN10 0811863212

SKU# 9780811863216

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Leave it to the experts of the best-selling Worst-Case Scenario series to ferret out the most scandalous, dangerous, incompetent, and downright awful people to ever seek power. The most lavish palaces, the bloodiest coups, the stupidest declarati...
The Worst-Case Scenario Almanac: Politics


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The Worst-Case Scenario Almanac: Politics

Leave it to the experts of the best-selling Worst-Case Scenario series to ferret out the most scandalous, dangerous, incompetent, and downright awful people to ever seek power. The most lavish palaces, the bloodiest coups, the stupidest declarations. . . . Plus all the lists, charts, maps, and profiles that have made the Worst-Case ScenarioAlmanacs such a success. Which country had more governments in the past 175 yearsItaly or Bolivia? What ever happened to all those people who ran for vice president of the United States of Americaand lost? Illustrated, step-by-step scenarios describe how to respond when confronted with misfortune or challenge, including how to give a concession speech, kiss a drooling baby, escape a sex scandal, and evade the truth.

 

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5 x 7 in; 288 pp;
line drawings throughout
Paperback
June 2008
ISBN 9780811863216
ISBN10 0811863212

David Borgenicht, co-author of the Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook series, lives in Philadelphia and has so far stayed out of the political arena.

Turk Regan works as a writer and communication consultant for political campaigns, small companies, and nonprofitgroups. He has authored a number of books, and his work has been featured in Newsweek, the New York Times, Washington Post, and on NPR.