"Conspiracy" describes a plan developed by the President of the United States to disenfranchise African American voters by promoting poor health, high childhood death rates, poverty, unemployment, inferior education, inadequate housing, and incarceration.
And he succeeds!
This is how it can happen.
Part I traces the development of this master plan, which is a conspiracy of numerous branches of the government and is embraced by the succeeding presidential administration. Part I also traces the effects of the conspiracy, especially poor health care and educational opportunities, in the struggles of a young African American college student and his girlfriend.
Part II provides a detailed investigation by two young FBI agents into the President's actions and his efforts to hide his conspiracy. It culminates in a trial of the President and his policies in nonstop, suspenseful, and often surprising action. All Americans who read this book will worry about our government's intent and the potential for abuse of power. The reader will always wonder if African Americans have been included in our American way of life, guarded by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. "Conspiracy" will frighten, anger, and then, hopefully, inspire you to action.