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Michael JohnstonNo one much likes corruption, and calls for reform are politically popular. But the cures can be worse that the problem itself; at the very least, reformers ought to be aware of the difficulties they can create as they pursue the impossible goal of totally honest government. Frank Anechiarico and James Jacobs make these points effectively in this book, a timely and very useful addition to the new debate over corruption and reform.
— American Political Science Review