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Main Title Ethics of dissent : managing guerrilla government /
Author O'Leary, Rosemary
Publisher CQ Press,
Year Published 2006
OCLC Number 62342000
ISBN 1933116609 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Subjects Dissenters--United States--History ; Administrative agencies--United States ; Whistle blowing--United States ; Business ethics--United States ; Retribution ; United States--Officials and employees
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http://www.cqpress.com/product/Ethics-of-Dissent-Managing.html#toc
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ESAM  HN59.2.O32 2006 Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA 03/10/2006
Collation xiii, 144 p. : ill., 1 map ; 23 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 125-134) and index.
Contents Notes
Guerrilla what? -- Bureaucratic politics -- Organizations and management -- Ethics -- Looking ahead -- Guerrilla government and the Nevada wetlands -- Making the deserts bloom -- Attack from the outside -- Marketing their cause -- National wetlands policy -- A crisis emerges -- Lobbying strategy -- Fund-raising -- Embarrass the government -- Network management -- Risk taking -- Scientific knowledge -- The downside -- Epilogue -- First interlude: more stories of guerrilla government -- Guerrilla government in the medical field -- Guerrilla government in a national health insurance organization -- Guerrilla government in radar support -- Guerrilla government in regulation promulgation -- Guerrilla government in the army -- Guerrilla government in a state department of transportation -- Guerrilla government in EPA's Seattle regional office -- John Spencer and the reign of terror, 1981-1983 -- Ernesta Barnes, 1983-1986: guerrilla activity wanes -- Robie Russell, 1986-1990: guerrilla government is triggered again -- Second interlude: more stories of guerrilla government -- Guerrilla government in county planning -- Guerrilla government in the legal services organization -- Guerrilla government in the job corps -- Guerrilla government in the department of labor -- Guerrilla government in the quest to protect schoolchildren from pests and -- Pesticides -- A government guerrilla sues his own agency: off-road vehicles in the Hoosier National Forest -- Motorcycles in the national forest -- Ferguson decides to sue -- Will ferguson be transferred? -- The orv court case continues -- Managing guerrilla government: ethical crusaders or insubordinate renegades? -- The harsh realities of guerrilla government -- Advice from the pros -- Conclusion -- Postlude: are there lessons? -- Some general questions -- Questions: guerrilla government and the Nevada wetlands (chapter 2) -- Questions: guerrilla government in the EPA's Seattle regional office (chapter 3) -- Questions: a government guerrilla sues his own agency: off-road vehicles in the Hoosier National Forest (chapter 4).