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A Planet for the President

Alistair Beaton

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

It is the near future and things are not going well for the President of the United States.

He wants Americans to be adored by everyone but half the planet seems to be in a permanent state of insurrection against US power. What's more, there's a growing environmental crisis that even he can't ignore. It's one thing when there are floods in Bangladesh, quite another when almost 2,000 Americans die in flooding in Texas.

His advisers warn him he could be remembered as the President who wrecked the planet.

The President is persuaded of one simple fact: there are too many people in the world. Only radical action can deal with the problem. His advisors come up with a solution more ruthless than anything ever contemplated before. Appalled, the president refuses to go along with their plan.

But it isn't long before he is committed to thinking the unthinkable ...

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Alistair Beaton

Alistair Beaton is one of Britain's leading satirical writers, and makes frequent appearances on Radio 4. His hit comedy Feelgood won the Evening Standard Award in 2001

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