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The Cabinet by Lindsay Chervinsky Book Trailer
Do you wonder how decisions at the highest level of government actually get made? Are you curious about how the president makes decisions and who he or she consults? Lindsay Chervinsky’s book The Cabinet: George Washington and the Creation of an American Institution tells the story of how Washington crafted the cabinet to provide guidance and support during moments of crisis. The cabinet is his greatest legacy – every president since has consulted with a cabinet.