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The Bloviator

Jim Yoakum

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  • EAN: 9781540143242

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1923: Faced with impending personal, and political, scandals (corrupt cabinet members, drinking, gambling, failing health made worse by a quack physician, blackmailers attempting to exploit his numerous affairs and bastard children, murders and suicides), President Warren G. Harding embarks on a cross-country train trip, from Washington D.C. to Alaska, in an effort to rehabilitate his chances for re-election. But the GOP have lost faith in Warren. However, they have taken a liking to the idea of running the first-ever female president: Florence, his smart, and ambitious wife. After all, it had been Florence who had spearheaded the innovations that got Warren elected in 1920: the creation of robo-calls, the celebrity endorsement, photo-ops, direct marketing... And it was Florence who was both the brains of the outfit, and is the star of this show. Harding was simply the handsome, good natured, overly-trusting, face. Based on the true, last (and unbelievably bizarre) 6 months in the life of America's 29th President, THE BLOVIATOR tells the story of sex, drugs, scandals, murder, suicides-and the presidency. THE BLOVIATOR is a "fiction fueled by fact" in that, while some elements are constructions, they are well with-in the plausibility, and probability, range of the facts, as we know them. THE BLOVIATOR is an epic, a massive and sprawling work, history as absurdity, as if it were being filtered through a cracked prism, but the prism is not cracked as most of the story told is unbelievably, incredibly true.

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