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The Next President

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A television journalist struggles to expose the secret agenda of the leading candidate for the presidency, whose growing support threatens to usher in a form of government America has never known: fascism.

Catherine Cortez, a television journalist, follows one story—a revolution in post-Castros Cuba—and discovers a bigger one: the man likely to become the next president of
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Published May 23rd 2012 by Moore House (first published May 22nd 2012)
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Jul 17, 2012 Literary rated it really liked it
Quoted from Mr. Livingstone's author page on Fascism. The simple definition: collusion between government and industry to create economic stability. In contemporary terms, think bailouts, General Motors. Well intentioned. Perhaps necessary. But dangerous.

The Next President is a tightly spun web of deception. When Catherine takes a job interviewing the president of Cuba, she is suddenly in the middle of a revolution. Her ex-lover, Carlos Perez, is leading an uprising among Cuba's peop
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