For 150 years, America has been controlled by adeceptively dangerous group of men.? TheBrotherhood consists of an elite group of staggeringly wealthy and powerfulbusinessmen and politicians organized shortly before the Civil War.? As it grew in power, the Brotherhood moldedthe country into its personal money machines, capitalizing on the industry,technology and humanity.? As the mostpowerful men in the country, the members saw it as their right to control everyaspect of what it meant to live and die in this country.? The Brotherhood has manipulated literallyevery event in the history of the United States since the Civil War.Stockpiles of extremely dangerous U.S. chemicalweapons are leaving the country for destinations unknown.? These weapons are being sold through asplinter faction of the Brotherhood to the highest bidder with the lowestmorals.? Using the legal masterminds ofa corrupt law firm, the Brotherhood has crafted a complex system of dummycorporations to hide their illegal activity.?The Brotherhood?s fears are realized when an innocent and unsuspectingyoung attorney exposes their future plans.Paul Brown, billionaire real estate magnate andnewly elected president, has unexpectedly found himself embroiled in aninternational crisis.? And he?s onlybeen in office for 100 days ? the most crucial part of any presidency.Rushing to resolve the crisis before signing aninternational treaty banning chemical weapons, Paul Brown finds out that beingthe president will ultimately cost him more than he expected.? Battling the Brotherhood, Paul will learnwhat love really means to him; he loses and reconnects with his family; andcomes to grips with the pressures, political games and corruption that liebehind the Presidential Seal.