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Author: George Kohn
ISBN: 0816021694
ISBN13: 978-0816021697
Language: English
Publisher: Facts On File Inc
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Encyclopedia Of American Scandal book.

Encyclopedia Of American Scandal book.

Encyclopedia of American scandal. by. Kohn, George . author. x, 381 pages : 29 cm. A collection of Americans' worst slippages into the worlds of deceit, impropriety, bribery, sex, powermongering, espionage and treason. The original book is printed faintly.

ISBN-13: 978-0816042258.

Encyclopaedia of American Scandal. By (author) George C. Kohn.

activities and pursuits provides a historic reference to the dark side of American history. Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers.

This collection of scandalous activities and pursuits provides a historic reference to the dark side of American history. Covering people and events from the 1630s to the present day, the work has 455 A-Z entries on dirty politics, white-collar scams, tawdry love affairs and acts of corruption.

Home Kohn, George C. Encyclopedia of American Scandal. Stock Image Title: Encyclopedia of American Scandal. Publisher: Facts on File, New York. Publication Date: 1989. ISBN 10: 0816013136, ISBN 13: 9780816013135. Title: Encyclopedia of American Scandal.

Kohn, George C. The New Encyclopedia of American Scandal. New York: Ballantine Books, 1988. Dictionary of American History. New York: Facts On File, 2001. Fall From Grace: Sex, Scandal, and Corruption in American Politics from 1702 to the Present. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography.

Scandal sells, and broadsides, pamphlets, newspapers, magazines and the electronic media have covered it in depth. Kohn, George C. The New Encyclopedia of American Scandal (2000). Corruption and the Decline of Rome (1990). The Muckraker movement in American journalism was a component of the Progressive Era in the . in the early 20th century  .

oceedings{OA, title {Encyclopedia of American scandal}, author {George Childs Kohn}, year {1989} }. George Childs Kohn. A collection of scandalous stories from America. It contains nearly 400 episodes of dirty politics, cover-up and tawdry love affairs. They range from a governor of New York who appeared at state functions in his favourite transvestite skirt, to Jimmy Swaggert, the corrupt evangelist.

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