A Man You Could Love

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Fulcrum Publishing, 2007 - Fiction - 457 pages
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From the forests of the Pacific Northwest to the power corridors of Washington, D.C., this powerful novel stretches across the tumult of the 1960s to the disputed 2000 presidential election as it chronicles the life of a crusading politician and, in the process, the coming of age and loss of innocence of a generation.
 

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Callahan's first novel outlines the ebb and flow of Democratic politics in America, from the Vietnam era through today, by following the career of Oregon congressman (and eventually senator) Michael ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
13
Section 3
26
Section 4
46
Section 5
63
Section 6
83
Section 7
103
Section 8
112
Section 14
230
Section 15
252
Section 16
267
Section 17
285
Section 18
303
Section 19
332
Section 20
352
Section 21
375

Section 9
127
Section 10
154
Section 11
169
Section 12
185
Section 13
205
Section 22
395
Section 23
423
Section 24
444
Section 25
457
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About the author (2007)

John Callahan is the Morgan S. Odell professor of humanities at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. As literary executor for Ralph Ellison, he edited the manuscripts of Ellison's unfinished second novel into Juneteenth to widespread critical praise and also edited Ellison's Collected Essays and Flying Home and Other Stories.

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