As a boy, this character listened to radio reports in Trinity, Texas, of Churchill in World War II. He feels the excitement and honor of military service.
This character grows up in a steel mill town in western Pennsylvania. He has a very ethnic upbringing, which teaches him many things that later prove invaluable.
This character, a debutante from Texas, learns of the plight of the mujahideen in Afghanistan from the Count of Marenches, a personal friend.
The daughter of one of Wilson's political supporters, she serves as a runner up for Miss America and poses for Playboy. Wilson introduces her to Hollywood persons, hoping to land her a job on a new soap opera.
This character, Wilson's administrative assistant, admits Wilson's one downfall is his drinking. When Wilson gets out of a costly hit-and-run accident with no...
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