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Maraton Lawes is a champion of the people -- and he has arrived. In England, Maratonís revolutionary doctrine and oratory genius have already made him a saviour of the workingman and the greedy industrialists his enemy. Caught between two opposing internal sentiments, one a radical social change championed fiercely by Julia Thurnbrein the working class beauty, and the other a slow piecemeal legislation breathed softly by the graceful Lady Elisabeth, Maraton struggles to keep to his principles under the barrage of external influences of unionists, and the Labor Party and in the midst of foreign threats, bribery and treachery.--Submitted by n. moghadam.
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