Why should current senators read your book?
This is the first time in more than 100 years that there has been a history of the Senate in about 400 pages. So, first of all, it's readable. And it is written from the perspective of today's concerns. I wrote the prologue from the point of view of a brand new senator. But that could be just an American citizen trying to figure out what the heck this institution is all about.
- Read Susan Milligan: Chris Christie and Rand Paul Reveal a Huge GOP Divide
- Read Ron Bonjean: Will Senate Democrats Stand in the Way of Reining in the IRS?
- Read Peter Roff: Thoughts on a Class Reunion