First, while Vogel is very good, I take the packaging here with many grains of salt.
Big Money is a good guide to the players and places in all this, but ultimately Vogel left me hungry.
At this point, Vogel figures Marvel needs lots of capital “to finance new projects and cover the downtime in between.”
The most interesting thing to me about Vogel's piece is a name that's not in there: Mark Penn.
Vogel spins a story of a political culture becoming slowly unbound by previous constraints like party loyalty or seniority.
On one occasion Vogel received from Schubert some new songs, but being otherwise occupied could not try them over at the moment.
Meade, Crupp, and Vogel were already seated at the corner table.
Vogel has, however, been able to produce an attack of convulsions by pressing upon the softened spots of the cranium.
By that the others knew Ike Webb was thinking of what Vogel had told him.
I put Vogel in the cabin to keep watch of him, and went on deck.