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Man of the People


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Man of the People by T. Spencer Adams
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Man of the People is an incredible novel by first time author, T. Spencer Adams. It is great reading and could be the text book for Political Science 101. After carefully developing the title character, Adams provides a simple insight into what has gone wrong with the U.S. political system, and what it will take to fix it. Adams weaves the lesson into a fascinating story about a retired everyman, J.T. Spencer, who is suddenly thrust into the national limelight of presidential politics. As the story unfolds, you find your self worrying not only about our hero, but the fate of our country as well. J.T. Spencer's presidential campaign was more than a political phenomenon. It was a clear indication of the level of social unrest that existed through out the entire country. But three truly unique circumstances had to come together at the same time to create the perfect political storm of social rebellion. The first was the public's pervasive lack of trust in the entire political system; a distrust that had been building since Watergate and had reached critical mass during the last two administrations. The second factor was one of simple technology.The spread of personal computers and the ever increasing number of people whose primary source of information was the internet, made possible a new type of grass roots campaign. The third and final factor was the intense media scrutiny focused on presidential candidates. Every aspect of the lives of public figures, especially those who would aspire to public office and political leadership, was fair game for the evening news.
Release date Australia
March 1st, 2008
Country of Publication
United States
black & white illustrations
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