Told through the eyes of young political consultant Harvey Burton, Klein's debut novel, a thinly-veiled portrait of the 1992 Democratic presidential primaries, is a biting satire of the political game.
When Harvey Burton is approached by representatives of Jack Stanton, the youthful, charismatic governor of a small southern state, he thinks it's just another job. But then a strange thing happens. He actually begins to believe in his candidate. And tha...
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