Seven days in May

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Harper & Row, 1962 - Fiction in English - 341 pages
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An American general's aide discovers that his boss intends a military takeover because he considers the President's pacifism traitorous.

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Review: Seven Days In May

User Review  - Kirk - Goodreads

I read this in high school shortly after the Cuban Missile Crisis had played out and after seeing the film 'Dr. Strangelove.' It had a palpable impression on me then. I doubt I would like it as much now some 45 years later. Read full review

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User Review  - James Loranger - Goodreads

Even after 50 years, this still seems eerily plausible once one allows for the changes in the world political climate. Its matter of fact tone and its refusal to engage in cartoonish melodrama add to its verisimilitude. Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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