At first glance, it appears that this novel would be controversial with an underlying agenda. It is not. It is an interesting collection of ideas made into a lively story.
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Doc Rogers and his companions felt that they had topped out the Civil Rights movement and were looking for greener pastures. After learning of a loophole in the voting rights act, the idea came to Doc to establish a separate nation for minorities using a part of the US territory to be called New Georgia. He decided to launch a voter registration campaign to elect selected people to critical offices for the job. Those elected would have to commit to a plan to give up the eight southeastern states of the United States for their new country. Coincidently, the land area involved nearly equals their own minority percentage of the total population.
The idea caught on in a huge way with their constituency. Of course, the top people of the United States immediately challenged the idea and started action to stop it. They soon discovered that Doc really had a legal right to do as he planned. The affected states reacted by calling the idea radical and prepared to fight to the finish if necessary to preserve the status quo. Certain hostile Caucasian groups within those states planned another Civil War if necessary to stop the movement. One state government was heavily involved in trying to sabotage the plan by eliminating some of the more important people involved.
Unknown to Doc, he was being used by a more sinister group from out of the area. The group's operation was discovered and neutralized, but the damage to Doc's reputation was beyond repair. The scheme faded into oblivion, but not before Doc paid a heavy personal price. If you haven't read an excellent novel lately, try this one. You will be pleased.