A new book, The Bribed Politician: Inside the World of Government Contracts and How They Shape Public Opinion, reveals how governments use contracts to influence voters.
A study of public opinion polls found that when politicians are paid to win votes, the public’s perception of the political system tends to change.
A similar effect is observed when companies use contracts.
But what exactly are these contracts?
How much money do they cost?
And are there any limits on how long they can be used?
In this book, we will explore how these issues and more are being addressed in a new and fascinating book by one of the leading authorities on the subject.
We will also find out if these new contracts are truly being used to influence the American electorate.