America the Beautiful

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Tyndale House Publishers, 2008 - Fiction - 391 pages
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Emily Benton has spent her entire life immersed in politics. Having been raised in the industry, she has the kinds of contacts that it takes most politicians decades to build. She knows that she can win the race for president of the United States, but only if she destroys her rival first, before he can find and use hidden ammunition on her. If Emily destroys him, the election will be hers. A groundbreaking novel about the intersection of politics, power, personality, and the future of our country.

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User Review  - bgherman - LibraryThing

This is a story following the campaign of Emily Benton for President. I guess I was a big shocked that the means she used to succeed. Her campaign Chairman, Kate, tries in vain to temper Emily, but ... Read full review

User Review  - David Stanton -

This is an interesting view of the election process from a generally Christian perspective. It is not preachy, but it touches lightly on some of the struggles people in public life deal with while ... Read full review

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