What's the Difference between The Manchurian Candidate the Book and The Manchurian Candidate the Movie?

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The Manchurian Candidate

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Released: 1999
Author: Condon, Richard

The Manchurian Candidate

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Released: 2004
Director: Demme, Jonathan
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   Raymond Shaw served in the Korean War. Raymond Shaw served in the Gulf War.
   The book takes place from 1952-1960. The movie takes place in 2004 with glimpses of 1991.
   Raymond's stepfather, Johnny Iselin, is the nominee for Vice-President. Raymond is the nominee for Vice-President.
   The name "Manchurian Candidate" comes from the fact that Shaw was brainwashed during his time as a POW by Soviets and Chinese in Manchuria. The name "Manchurian Candidate" comes from Manchurian Global, a neurology and nanotechnology corporation.
   Raymond shoots his mother and stepfather, then kills himself. Marco shoots Raymond and his mother, then tries to kill himself.
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