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Research Shows Immigrant Communities Get Less Government Funding

The Horizons Tracker

When Harold Laswell, a notable American political scientist, published his influential work “Politics: Who Gets What, When, How” in 1936, he could not have anticipated that the title would become a popular definition of politics among the general public, which has endured until now.

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Ten Years On: Semi-random Reflections from a Decade of Coaching

Next Level Blog

Here's to your next level, Steve Posted by: Steve Laswell | December 01, 2010 at 10:42 PM Great post. The foundation of personal growth is the reflection piece.which you modeled so well for us with this blog post. What a great life!

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Playing Office Politics Without Selling Your Soul

Harvard Business Review

To borrow from the political scientist, Harold Laswell , office politics can be understood as the unwritten rules that determine who gets what, when, and how — a promotion, a budget for a project, a say in the boss’s decisions — and who doesn’t.