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The K Street Gang: The Rise and Fall of the Republican Machine

Publisher: Doubleday • 2006 • 288 pages

His book The K Street Gang is the inside story of how a group of powerful Republican reformers and ideologues, including Jack Abramoff, succumbed to temptations of power. It is the story of how the American conservative movement began as a cause, turned into a career, and ended up as a racket.

One of the brightest young journalists in America, Matthew Continetti graduated from Columbia University in 2003. While at Columbia, he wrote for the Columbia Spectator and ISI’s magazine, CAMPUS. In summer 2002 his work led to a Collegiate Network internship at The National Review. He previously worked an Associate Editor of The Weekly Standard and is now the Editor in Chief of the influential Washington Free Beacon.

Book Review from John Locke Foundation.

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