The President by John Stewart
A Novel

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Arguing that an efficient economic system can be compatible with a fair share for all, this novel centers on a United States president who changes his mind about his policies. A deliberate parable about today’s political wars, the novel illustrates the reforms posed by a real 19th-century figure, the American economist Henry George. Accordingly, this fictional reelection campaign provides a convenient stage for speeches and debates when the incumbent president goes missing—and returns with a platform for social justice that enrages those with vested interests and confounds his party operatives.

About John Stewart

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John Stewart is the author of The Centurion, The Last Romans, and Standing for Justice.
Published April 1, 2009 by Shepheard-Walwyn. 188 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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