By E. G. Fabricant
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Published: Oct. 02, 2010
Words: 10,069 (approximate)
From "Matters Familiar." A scandal-plagued politician contemplates suicide, but checks in with his cousin first to sort things out. Adult language.
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"MATTERS FAMILIAR--Term Limit"
E. G. introduces and reads from the twelfth story in his collection, "Matters Familiar. You're California's Insurance Commissioner. A stupid mistake, and the resulting media frenzy and "investigation," have spiked your political career and put everything else at risk. Is there a good exit strategy that will spare you and your family any further pain? Jack Quisenberry calls his cousin to a summit.
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