All the Kings Men by Robert Penn Warren
More than just a classic political novel, Warren�s tale of power and corruption in the Depression-era South is a sustained meditation on the unforeseen consequences of every human act, the vexing connectedness of all people and the possibility�it�s not much of one�of goodness in a sinful world.
Willie Stark, Warren�s lightly disguised version of Huey Long, the onetime Loui
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