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Captured

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Isbn 9781620972076
Publisher New Press, The
Imprint New Press, The
Contributor 1 Whitehouse, Sheldon
Contributor 2 Wachtell Stinnett, Melanie
Pages 272
BISAC 2 BISAC 2
Author Bio
Sheldon Whitehouse represents Rhode Island in the U.S. Senate. He has served as his state’s United States Attorney and as the state Attorney General, as well as its top business regulator. Sheldon worked for years as a young staff lawyer in the Attorney General’s office. He has been a successful and unsuccessful political candidate, held several senior staff positions for a governor, run local referendum races, and been a longtime environmental advocate. He has led government reforms, most significantly an overhaul of the state workers compensation system, a “separation of powers” constitutional reform, and an opening of state pension records. He has practiced law, tried cases to a jury, argued appeals (including in the United States Supreme Court), and litigated in federal and state administrative agencies. Sheldon grew up in a Foreign Service family and is author of Captured (The New Press). He lives in Newport with his wife, a marine scientist, and his grown children when they visit.

Melanie Wachtell Stinnett is a Boston-based writer and former Director of Policy and Communications at the Tobin Project. She has previously published on regulatory policy and Supreme Court litigation trends and is the co-author (with Sheldon Whitehouse) of Captured: The Corporate Infiltration of American Democracy (The New Press).
Audience General Trade
Format Trade Cloth
Isbn 9781620972076
Publisher New Press, The
Imprint New Press, The
Contributor 1 Whitehouse, Sheldon
Contributor 2 Wachtell Stinnett, Melanie
Pages 272
BISAC 1 BISAC 1
Author Bio
Sheldon Whitehouse represents Rhode Island in the U.S. Senate. He has served as his state’s United States Attorney and as the state Attorney General, as well as its top business regulator. Sheldon worked for years as a young staff lawyer in the Attorney General’s office. He has been a successful and unsuccessful political candidate, held several senior staff positions for a governor, run local referendum races, and been a longtime environmental advocate. He has led government reforms, most significantly an overhaul of the state workers compensation system, a “separation of powers” constitutional reform, and an opening of state pension records. He has practiced law, tried cases to a jury, argued appeals (including in the United States Supreme Court), and litigated in federal and state administrative agencies. Sheldon grew up in a Foreign Service family and is author of Captured (The New Press). He lives in Newport with his wife, a marine scientist, and his grown children when they visit.

Melanie Wachtell Stinnett is a Boston-based writer and former Director of Policy and Communications at the Tobin Project. She has previously published on regulatory policy and Supreme Court litigation trends and is the co-author (with Sheldon Whitehouse) of Captured: The Corporate Infiltration of American Democracy (The New Press).
Audience General Trade
Format Trade Cloth
Isbn 9781620972076
Publisher New Press, The
Imprint New Press, The
Contributor 1 Whitehouse, Sheldon
Contributor 2 Wachtell Stinnett, Melanie
Pages 272
BISAC 2 BISAC 2
Author Bio
Sheldon Whitehouse represents Rhode Island in the U.S. Senate. He has served as his state’s United States Attorney and as the state Attorney General, as well as its top business regulator. Sheldon worked for years as a young staff lawyer in the Attorney General’s office. He has been a successful and unsuccessful political candidate, held several senior staff positions for a governor, run local referendum races, and been a longtime environmental advocate. He has led government reforms, most significantly an overhaul of the state workers compensation system, a “separation of powers” constitutional reform, and an opening of state pension records. He has practiced law, tried cases to a jury, argued appeals (including in the United States Supreme Court), and litigated in federal and state administrative agencies. Sheldon grew up in a Foreign Service family and is author of Captured (The New Press). He lives in Newport with his wife, a marine scientist, and his grown children when they visit.

Melanie Wachtell Stinnett is a Boston-based writer and former Director of Policy and Communications at the Tobin Project. She has previously published on regulatory policy and Supreme Court litigation trends and is the co-author (with Sheldon Whitehouse) of Captured: The Corporate Infiltration of American Democracy (The New Press).
Audience General Trade
Format Trade Cloth
Isbn 9781620972076
Publisher New Press, The
Imprint New Press, The
Contributor 1 Whitehouse, Sheldon
Contributor 2 Wachtell Stinnett, Melanie
Pages 272
BISAC 1 BISAC 1
Author Bio
Sheldon Whitehouse represents Rhode Island in the U.S. Senate. He has served as his state’s United States Attorney and as the state Attorney General, as well as its top business regulator. Sheldon worked for years as a young staff lawyer in the Attorney General’s office. He has been a successful and unsuccessful political candidate, held several senior staff positions for a governor, run local referendum races, and been a longtime environmental advocate. He has led government reforms, most significantly an overhaul of the state workers compensation system, a “separation of powers” constitutional reform, and an opening of state pension records. He has practiced law, tried cases to a jury, argued appeals (including in the United States Supreme Court), and litigated in federal and state administrative agencies. Sheldon grew up in a Foreign Service family and is author of Captured (The New Press). He lives in Newport with his wife, a marine scientist, and his grown children when they visit.

Melanie Wachtell Stinnett is a Boston-based writer and former Director of Policy and Communications at the Tobin Project. She has previously published on regulatory policy and Supreme Court litigation trends and is the co-author (with Sheldon Whitehouse) of Captured: The Corporate Infiltration of American Democracy (The New Press).
Audience General Trade
Format Trade Cloth
Isbn 9781620972076
Publisher New Press, The
Imprint New Press, The
Contributor 1 Whitehouse, Sheldon
Contributor 2 Wachtell Stinnett, Melanie
Pages 272
BISAC 2 BISAC 2
Author Bio
Sheldon Whitehouse represents Rhode Island in the U.S. Senate. He has served as his state’s United States Attorney and as the state Attorney General, as well as its top business regulator. Sheldon worked for years as a young staff lawyer in the Attorney General’s office. He has been a successful and unsuccessful political candidate, held several senior staff positions for a governor, run local referendum races, and been a longtime environmental advocate. He has led government reforms, most significantly an overhaul of the state workers compensation system, a “separation of powers” constitutional reform, and an opening of state pension records. He has practiced law, tried cases to a jury, argued appeals (including in the United States Supreme Court), and litigated in federal and state administrative agencies. Sheldon grew up in a Foreign Service family and is author of Captured (The New Press). He lives in Newport with his wife, a marine scientist, and his grown children when they visit.

Melanie Wachtell Stinnett is a Boston-based writer and former Director of Policy and Communications at the Tobin Project. She has previously published on regulatory policy and Supreme Court litigation trends and is the co-author (with Sheldon Whitehouse) of Captured: The Corporate Infiltration of American Democracy (The New Press).
Audience General Trade
Format Trade Cloth
BISAC 1 BISAC 1
BISAC 2 BISAC 2
BISAC 1 BISAC 1