Shipp: Ethics board should take a look at state chief Calvin Kytle and James Mackay's great 1947 book, "Who Runs Georgia," desperately needs updating. The final chapter of the revised work might be captioned: "No One You Know."
Georgia appears to have no identifiable ringmasters - no leader or group of leaders capable of snapping their fingers and making good things happen. Last month, at the end of his first General Assembly as Senate presiding officer, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle showed promise of moving into the state's driver's seat. At age 41, he is just beginning to work his way up. What about the present? Who pulls the levers and turns the wheels that keep Georgia rolling in this time of near-anarchy among elected leaders?
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