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In the Shadow of the Dome (1990)
Chronicles of a Capitol Hill Aide
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Published Reviews
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    American Politics (Review)
    In the Shadow of the Dome, by Mark Bisnow
    1. In the Shadow of the Dome by Mark Bisnow
    American Political Science Review, June 1991, p. 630
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    Briefly Noted (5 Reviews)
    1. Tribes with Flags by Charles Glass
    2. The Good Rain by Timothy Egan
    3. In the Shadow of the Dome by Mark Bisnow
    4. Menninger: The Family and the Clinic by Lawrence J. Friedman
    5. A Singular Country by J.P. Donleavy
    The New Yorker, July 16, 1990, pp. 86-90
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    Books To Look For (7 Reviews)
    Lying, by Sissela Bok
    1. Lying by Sissela Bok
    2. Nixon: The Triumph of a Politician, 1962-1972 by Stephen E. Ambrose
    3. Means of Ascent by Robert A. Caro
    4. In the Shadow of the Dome by Mark Bisnow
    5. Writers in Hollywood, 1915-1951 by Ian Hamilton
    6. The Ages of Gaia by James Lovelock
    7. Ice Time: Climate, Science, and Life on Earth by Thomas Levenson
    The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, February 1991, pp. 28-32
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    Recent Books on International Relations (10 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Reagan and the World by David E. Kyvig
    2. Sea-Changes: American Foreign Policy in a World Transformed by Nicholas X. Rizopoulos
    3. American National Interest by Karl von Vorys
    4. The Shattered Crystal Ball by James G. Blight
    5. Lucius D. Clay: An American Life by Jean Edward Smith
    6. Eisenhower: Turning the World Toward Peace by Harold E. Stassen and Marshall Houts
    7. In the Shadow of the Dome by Mark Bisnow
    8. Blood, Class, and Nostalgia by Christopher Hitchens
    9. Foreign Intrigue by Eric Kocher
    10. Then and Now by Tad Szulc
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1990, pp. 192-193