THE GATEKEEPERS: How the White House Chiefs of Staff Define Every Presidency
Unelected and unconfirmed, the chief of staff is the second most powerful job in government. When the president makes a life or death decision, his chief of staff is often the only other person in the room. Through intimate interviews with 18 chiefs, Whipple illuminates one of the most underestimated roles in U.S. governance. Color photos.
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