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Book details
  • Genre:POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • SubGenre:Political Process / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:106
  • eBook ISBN:9780985977719

The Toilet Paper Party Guide to Expressing Yourself to Congress

What to Say, How to Say It, Where to Send it.

by Les Kandel , Agnes Parlan and Rick Notestine

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Overview
The Toilet Paper Party Guide to Expressing Yourself to Congress, subtitled What to Say, How to Say It, Where to Send It, is a simple, user friendly, do-it-yourself manual. With this easy to read book and congressional directory, you have everything you need to successfully communicate with Congress. Clearly written expert advice and tips from Washington, D.C. insiders make it possible for anyone to have their voice heard.
Description
The Toilet Paper Party Guide to Expressing Yourself to Congress, subtitled What to Say, How to Say It, Where to Send It, is a simple, user friendly, do-it-yourself manual. With this easy to read book and congressional directory, you have everything you need to successfully communicate with Congress. Clearly written expert advice and tips from Washington, D.C. insiders make it possible for anyone to have their voice heard. The book includes a comprehensive list of all of the Senate and House committees and also the joint committees. Here you will find each committee's website, mailing address, phone, and fax numbers. Committee websites provide detailed information about their work and the names of members.
About the author
Les Kandel is a creative marketing entrepreneur and investigative journalist. He served at West Point-The U.S. Military Academy & worked for Fortune 500 companies.
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