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Norman Starr is stunned to learn that he's wanted for questioning by the Senate Investigating Committee on the Iran-Contra affair. Agonizing over ...Show synopsisNorman Starr is stunned to learn that he's wanted for questioning by the Senate Investigating Committee on the Iran-Contra affair. Agonizing over whether or not to testify, he summons the proud fighting history of his distinguished family and makes his own personal and painful decision.Hide synopsis
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Description:New. Ships From Canada. New 176 pages. From Library Journal...New. Ships From Canada. New 176 pages. From Library Journal This timely short novel uses the Iran-contra affair as its point of departure to examine how the Constitution has influenced the United States and its citizens over the years. The central figure is Norman Starr, a West Point graduate and an Army officer whose cloak-and-dagger involvement with Nicaragua rebel activities is to be subjected to Senate investigation. In preparation for his defense, Starr and his lawyer examine Starr's family, attempting to prove the long tradition of patriotism, beginning with Jared Starr, who fought in the Revolutionary War and was involved in the preliminaries for drafting the Constitution. Other Starr family members argued the slavery question and fought for women's suffrage. Michener raises challenging questions in this book about our living Constitution. Essential. Literary Guild dual main selection. Joan Hinkemeyer, Englewood P.L., Col.
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Description:New in New jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 1st Ed., HB/DJ, new,...New in New jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 1st Ed., HB/DJ, new, 176 pp. DJ has Brodart cover. Major Norman Starr, attached to the National Security Council, is told that he will shortly be called before a congressional committee. Through a tense, reflective weekend, the officer talks over the situation with his wife and a streetwise Washington lawyer, and begins to think back to the long line of Americans from whom he is descended. Michener published his first book at age forty as a textbook editor and won a Pulitzer Prize.
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