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Executive Order 14900

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A power-hungry president, a constitutional crisis, and a democracy in peril...

President Jerome Elliott was elected with overwhelming support from the American people. His populist platform and soaring promises captivated voters. But now, after a series of increasingly unorthodox policy decisions and suspicions of sinister motives, a shadow gathers over the White House.

Paperback, 276 pages
Published October 30th 2018 by Aperture Press
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Aug 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
Well...not read. Not yet. And not rated, either. I got 75 pages in, and had to set it aside. I won't say anything to give anything away, other than...I'll pick this book up again in November or December, and see if I can finish it.

It is now Mid-November, and I have just managed to finish this book. It was hitting a bit close to home for me. Executive Order 14900 is the story of what can happen when a President begins to feel that he, and he alone, knows what is best, and is willing to abrogate L
Jim Sargent
In Gary's A. Keel's well-written novel Executive Order 14900 (Aperture Press, 2018), we are offered a realistic look into a hypothetical constitutional crisis in America when two sides with strong sets of beliefs take the law into their own hands. President Jerome Elliott was elected with the support of a large majority of voters. His populist platform and exaggerated promises look like the future to most Americans. But after Elliott makes a number of unusual policy decisions, his actions and st ...more
Aug 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is an amazing book with many insights into our political system and a fast moving story that kept me turning the pages. Reading the author's bio I can see how he has so much knowledge about the inner working of the branches of the government, FBI, and armed forces. The story reveals how important our constitution is and some possible flaws in the system. The last few chapters preview the upcoming continuation of the story. I highly recommend this book and look forward to the promised sequel ...more
Stu Schwarzer
Story with Intrigue That Bombs

This book is in sore need of a copy editor and proofreading. Tsk!
The story in these times has a certain appeal, but it is lacking in realism. Make that a single star...
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