Gerald Cassidy's Life and Career
Thirty-eight years ago, a young lawyer named Gerald S. J. Cassidy left his job in Florida on a legal aid project for migrant workers to come to Washington.
He became a congressional staffer and later a lobbyist. His success in the influence business forever changed lobbying, politics, and Washington.
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