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Better to Beg Forgiveness by Michael Z. Williamson

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Better to Beg Forgiveness
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Publisher: Baen Books
ISBN/ASIN: 1416555080
ISBN-13: 9781416555087
Number of pages: 432

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Celadon, a poor nation on a poor planet, engaged in civil war and a haven for every type of villainy in space, is ripe for cleanup. The military could pacify it handily, but it would take a statesman to fix it. But some statesmen have ethics, which politicians and megacorps find inconvenient. President Bishwanath compounded the sin by being astute, ambitious and capable. Something had to be done, because a working nation isn't much use for pork and graft.

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