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Armed madhouse : from Baghdad to New Orleans : sordid secrets & strange tales of a White House gone wild

Author: Greg Palast
Publisher: New York : Plume, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The "top undercover journalist in America and the funniest" (Randi Rhodes, Air America), hangs out the dirty underpants of the "armed and dangerous clowns that rule us." Feared from corporate suites to Osama's cave, Palast's old-style gumshoe detective work to dig out the info on the War on Terror, greed-dripping schemes to seize little nations with lots of oil, the hidden program to steal the 2008 election, and the  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Greg Palast
ISBN: 9780452288317 0452288312
OCLC Number: 123316491
Notes: Previous ed. had subtitle: who's afraid of Osama Wolf?, China floats, Bush sinks, the scheme to steal '08, no child's behind left, and other dispatches from the front lines of the class war.
Includes index.
Description: 402 p. : ill., maps ; 21 cm.
Contents: The beginning: Like the cowardly dog he was --
The fear: Who's afraid of Osama Wolf? --
The flow: Trillion dollar babies --
The network: The world as a company town --
The con: Kerry won. Now get over it --
The class war: Hope I die before my next refill --
The end: The house I live in --
Busted: And how to steal back your vote.
Responsibility: Greg Palast.
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The "top undercover journalist in America and the funniest" (Randi Rhodes, Air America), hangs out the dirty underpants of the "armed and dangerous clowns that rule us." Feared from corporate suites to Osama's cave, Palast's old-style gumshoe detective work to dig out the info on the War on Terror, greed-dripping schemes to seize little nations with lots of oil, the hidden program to steal the 2008 election, and the media biases that keep it unreported are the meat and bones of this BBC television reporter's new book, is illustrated with dozens of documents marked "secret" and "confidential" that have walked out of file cabinets and fallen into Palast's hands.--From publisher description.

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