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Lothar Braun was what was known as a "rising young statesman." What I knew
about him came from his Farley- file and from Rog and Bill. He had come up
since Bonforte had been turned out of office and so had never had any cabinet
But Bill had pointed out that if Braun flopped, now was a good time to find it out
and no harm done. Clifton had given in. "Braun?" I answered. "He's a coming
young man. Very brilliant." Willem made no comment, but looked on down the list.
You'll see that there is one change on it — De la Torre for Braun." "What?" "Jesus
de la Torre for Lothar Braun. That's the way the Emperor wanted it." Clifton looked
astonished; Corpsman looked both astonished and angry. "What difference ...
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What would you do if a politician's staff came to you and asked you to be the man's double for a few days because he had been kidnapped? Especially if you were an actor with an enormous ego? Would you ... Read full review
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Sure, there are Martians and Venerians and Outer Jovians, but the last two are never on stage and the first isn’t very alien. Sure, the story starts in Missouri (maybe) and goes to Mars and the Moon ... Read full review