A deft political fraud, riding the currents of public opinion and exploiting patriotic feelings, leads his country into war in this 1901 satire. Zangwill, a friend of H. G. Wells, takes on questions of democracy and imperialism in a story praised by critics for capturing the political atmosphere of his times.
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BARNES & NOBLE
August 15, 2011
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