A More Perfect Union

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AuthorHouse, Mar 22, 2004 - Architecture - 192 pages
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A classic political thriller, "A More Perfect Union" takes the reader through how a successful Atlanta businessman, Steve Webster, gets talked into running for congress, and then actually wins. He's quickly exposed to the day-to-day corruption in Washington, and when he decides to join with grass-roots organizations that will bring about a Constitutional amendment to outlaw all monetary donations to politicians, he's warned by a powerful congressman to stop it, he refuses. When the leaders follow through on their threats, Steve is convicted on trumped-up charges and finds himself in federal prison. Murder, corruption and governmental tyranny all conspire against Steve ever being a free man again – even his wife, friends and family leave him. See how a piece of evidence thought lost can possibly turn things around.

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