Breach of Trust by Tom Coburn

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Tom A. Coburn, a congressional maverick who kept his promise to serve three terms and then leave Washington, offers a candid look at the inner workings of Congress-why the system changes politicians instead of vice versa. Breach of Trust shows readers, through shocking behind-the-scenes stories, why Washington resists the reform our country desperately needs and how they can make wise, informed decisions about current and future political issues and candidates. This honest and critical look at "business as usual" in Congress reveals how and why elected representatives are quickly seduced into becoming career politicians who won't push for change. Along the way, Coburn offers readers realistic ideas for how to make a difference.

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Tom A. Coburn, former Republican U.S. Congressman for Oklahoma, is a family medicine and obstetrics physician who maintained his medical practice and delivered more than 400 babies during his tenure in Congress. President George W. Bush selected Dr. Coburn to co-chair the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS. Coburn and his wife, Carolyn, have three children. They live in Oklahoma.
Published September 11, 2003 by Thomas Nelson. 288 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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