In This Review
The Shadow Government: The Government's Multi-Billion-Dollar Giveaway of Its Decision-Making Powers to Private Management Consultants, "Experts," and Think Tanks

The Shadow Government: The Government's Multi-Billion-Dollar Giveaway of Its Decision-Making Powers to Private Management Consultants, "Experts," and Think Tanks

By Daniel Guttman and Barry Willner

Pantheon, 1976, 354 pp.

A Naderesque description and critique of the extensive and expensive use by government of large private consulting firms. The authors doubt the value of the services performed, note conflicts of interest, and decry secrecy.