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Author Takes New Approach to 'Damage Control'
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Author Takes New Approach to 'Damage Control'

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While working on public relations issues in the Reagan White House, Eric Dezenhall learned how to make bad news go away. Now he's the author of Damage Control: Why Everything You Know about Crisis Management is Wrong.

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Damage Control

Why Everything You Know About Crisis Management Is Wrong

by Eric Dezenhall and John Weber

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