Happy-go-lucky U.S. President James "Jimmy" Hendricks has a big problem. He's supposed to sell America on a new anti-terror bill, but his Chief of Staff, who doesn't trust him, won't let him even read it. Meanwhile, a dying Supreme Court Justice secretly gives his sole clerk, Abigail Johnson, orders to declare the bill unconstitutional should it reach the Court. Suddenly everyone from the President to the FBI to the terrorists themselves want to find out who Abigail Johnson is . before she gets to cast the vote that changes the nation. Trust us, it's funnier than it sounds here. Praise for Michael Levin's Previous Novels "Levin's verbal humor glistens."-The New Yorker. "Lively with the indignation of a bright young man."-The Washington Post. "Outrageous . passionate . funny . entertaining . satirically engaging . so amusingly complex that one can't help getting caught up by its machinery."-The New York Times, Christopher Lehmann-Haupt. "A marvelously complex plot . a thoroughly good time."-Sunday New York Times Book Review. "Irresistible . It's hard not to get caught up in the frenzy."-Los Angeles Times. "A master of complex plotting"-Booklist.