It could be said that Leon Panetta has had two of the most consequential careers of any American public servant in the past 50 years. His first career, beginning as an army intelligence officer and including a distinguished run as one of Congress' most powerful and respected members, lasted 35 years and culminated in his transformational role as Clinton's budget czar and White House chief of staff.
The Price is a one-act play about an arrogant millionaire who neither believes in God nor accepts Jesus Christ's salvation. The millionaire refuses to accept the fact that he is in hell because he deserves to be there. He insists that his paperwork must have been misplaced or mixed up with someone else's and that God has made a mistake.