HOW TO WIN AN ELECTION by Quintus Cicero, translated from the Latin by Philip Freeman.

In 64 B.C., Marcus Cicero, who would become the great lawyer, orator and politician, was running for consul of Rome. A relative unknown, he faced incredible odds. His brother Quintus Cicero is believed to have written a campaign manual that is as vibrant and relevant today as it was in its time. Now Philip Freeman, author of ALEXANDER THE GREAT and JULIUS CAESAR, translates this little gem from the Latin.  Princeton University Press will publish both the original Latin and Freeman’s translation, along with an introduction and notes in hardcover and e-book form in February 2012 as the presidential