The ManBook - 1964
The time is 1964. The place is the Cabinet Room of the White House. An unexpected accident and the law of succession have just made Douglass Dilman the first black President of the United States. This is the theme of what was surely one of the most provocative novels of the 1960s. It takes the reader into the storm center of the presidency, where Dilman, until now an almost unknown senator, must bear the weight of three burdens: his office, his race, and his private life.
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, 1964
Branch Call Number: FIC Wall
Characteristics: 751 p. ; 24 cm