On page 328 of Book 1, Anthony Chang becomes the 47th President of the United States. At 38 years old, he is the youngest president in U.S. history. He is also the first Asian American chief executive.
We learn from a newscaster at the moment he assumes power that he is a graduate of Oregon State University and a former college political science professor at an unnamed university. We learn he served as a special adviser to President Ron Paxton during Paxton’s first term. Paxton then selected Chang as his running mate in 2024. He is a first-generation Chinese American. His parents are practicing Buddhists, but he converted to Christianity during college.
He assumes power at a critical moment in the book. Dealing with his own doubts and inexperience, he must demonstrate his leadership to the older, more experienced advisers around him. He’s pushed to take aggressive action in the wake of the presumed assassination of his predecessor. Still, he proves to be a rebel and not willing to go along with the status quo or the way things have always been done. He’s determined to find the truth of the recent attacks on five world capitals and the death of his predecessor.
As Book 1 ends, Chang is trying to make sense of the chaos of recent events. In Book 2, he will begin to assert his leadership and take a key role in the Revolution.
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