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It was here, in these corridors of power, that Dr. Fonk's work truly came to find a receptive audiencean audience desperate for bold solutions to complex, global problems. Almost from the very beginning, the politics of Roosevelts New Deal became tightly intertwined with the issue of global overheating. So much so, it is said, that Roosevelt himself came to consider theNew Dealnot simply as a new pact between government and the governed, but also a new contract between mankind and the planetto find common cause, to live in peace and harmony, to sustain one another and to foster continued mutual growth...

- excerpt from A Brief Political History of a Warming Planet


The affair of The Cordwainer, and my subsequent meteoric rise to political fame, began the Saturday I returned to Boot Hill, my Class A work chit literally in my back pocket.

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