| A good public relations man ought to be able to sell anything -- including a genocidal war! And Ted was one of the best PR men there was. He could take real pride in the job he was doing -- if only his conscience would stop getting in the way.
Ted was a good company man, with the right sort of home, the right sort of wife, and the right sort of attitude when it came to following orders. So he didn't bat an eye when the Ganymede Corporation hired his firm to come up with a way to solve their little problem. It seems they'd discovered vast veins of power ore on Ganymede-but a population of utterly unreasonable aliens stood in the way. The good people of Earth wouldn't stand for a savage war of conquest-unless, of course, someone could convince them that the Gannys deserved it, or better still, that the Gannys had started it. And the man who could do that would be someone an awful lot like Ted . . .