After Rinehart acquired a seat on the board, a conservative commentator was given a Sunday talk show.
But even assuming Rinehart has devised a liquid diet on which one can survive, so what?
Rinehart may have inherited wealth, but even her critics acknowledge her business prowess.
Then the drug-store goes, and Carling's store and Rinehart's restaurant.
The strongest elements of Mrs. Rinehart's success are found in this book.
It was fishy—it stunk from here to Mars, but Rinehart covered it up fast and clean.
The Senate knows what's been going on between Rinehart and me, and so does the President.
That extraordinarily dramatic moment does come in the new novel and is handled by Mrs. Rinehart with triumphant skill.
An inquiring glance at Rinehart, a faint smiling nod in return.
They'll make themselves a ruling class, an immortal elite, with Rinehart for their Black Pope.