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Advise and Checkout – Political Fiction



Advise and Checkout — Political Fiction
Bethany Branch Books Talk — January 25, 2007
Layne P.

“Money is the mother’s milk of politics.” — Jesse Marvin Unruh [1922-1987]

“An honest politician is one who when he’s brought stays bought.” — Simon Cameron [1799-1889]

“Politicians are a set of men who have interests aside from the interests of the people, and who, to say the most of them, are, taken as a mass, at least one long step removed from honest men. I say this with the greater freedom because, being a politician, myself, none can read it as personal.” — Abraham Lincoln [1809-1865]

Advise and Consent [1959] by Allen Drury

All the King’s Men [1949] by Robert Penn Warren

American Hero [1993] by Larry Beinhart

Democracy [1879] by Henry Adams

The Gilded Age [1873] by Mark Twain (a.k.a. Samuel Clemens)

Mackerel by Moonlight [1998] by William Weld

Seven Days in May [1962] by Fletcher Knebel and Charles W. Bailey II

The Big Ugly [1999] by William Weld

The Running Mate [2000] by Joe Klein

A Thing of State [1998] by Allen Drury

A Time to Run [2005] by Barbara Boxer