February 28, 2000 12:00 PM

>STICKIN’ James Carville Insulted that some people regard fealty as “weakness of mind or character,” the political strategist and diehard Clinton apologist argues The Case for Loyalty, the subtitle of his new book. (Simon & Schuster, $18)

TEST PATTERN Marjorie Klein The year is 1954, and the television is black-and-white. In a fable worthy of The Twilight Zone, young Cassie Palmer is able to see snippets of the future in her family’s new Magnavox. (Morrow, $25)

A SLOW BURNING Stanley Pottinger Using his background in civil rights work at the Justice Department, the Fourth Procedure author fashions a thriller with characters motivated by racism. (Dutton, $24.95)

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