MSPB Watch received a request to list books about the whistleblowing process, to help new and potential truth-tellers know what to expect. This seems like a good opportunity to survey the public, to find out what’s worth checking out.
For me, I would have to go with:
- The Whistleblower’s Handbook, by Stephen Kohn, esq. of the National Whistleblowers Center
- Classified Woman, by Sibel Edmonds, FBI whistleblower
- Whistleblowers: Broken Lives and Organizational Power, by Professor C. Fred Alford, University of Maryland
What’s on your reading list?
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