ABC's 'Commander in Chief' tries to have it both ways

Schroth, Raymond A.
December 2005
National Catholic Reporter;12/9/2005, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p21
The article focuses on the television series "Commander in Chief" starring Geena Davis. The series is about Mackenzie Allen, an independent grafted into the Republican ticket as vice president only to have the president-elect die before taking office. The dying president has asked her to resign to make way for a party successor Nathan Templeton.


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