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Self-Inflicted, by Edward Correia

When President Melissa Harding faces the convergence of catastrophic climate change and a pandemic deadlier than Covid, she’s thrust into a race against time. With Congress and the nation divided, Harding battles polarized politics, a conservative Supreme Court, and a public skeptical of vaccines.

As the crisis escalates, Harding grapples with the realization that these barriers to effective action are not inherent in our country but are self-inflicted wounds. From a seemingly innocuous event in India to the staggering toll on American soil, Self-Inflicted unravels the gripping saga of a nation on the brink. Join Harding and those around her as they navigate personal and political turmoil in a fight for survival.

“A compelling, must-read novel for those who want our political system to work for everyone. It provides a penetrating analysis of how law, politics and religion can come together to prevent our country from solving major problems.”
– Tony Coehlo, former Member of Congress (D-California)

Edward Correia is a Washington, D.C. attorney and Adjunct Professor at American University’s Washington College of Law. He was Chief Counsel of the Senate Antitrust Subcommittee and Special Counsel to President Clinton for Civil Rights.

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