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Armed madhouse : who's afraid of Osama Wolf? the best legal whorehouse in Texas, no child's behind left, and other tales of class combat in a dying regime

Author: Greg Palast
Publisher: London : Allen Lane, 2006.
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"Armed Madhouse brings you the stories not allowed in The New York Times. Armed with more than fifty classified documents, confidential memos, and secret plans liberated from the Pentagon, FBI, World Bank, and ExxonMobil, Palast cuts through the TV news babytalk."--Jacket.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Greg Palast
ISBN: 0713997974 9780713997972
OCLC Number: 224715927
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 366 p. : ill., ports. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The beginning : "like the cowardly dog he was" --
1. The fear : who's afraid of Osama Wolf? --
2. The flow : trillion dollar babies --
3. The network : the world as a company town --
4. The con : Kerry won --
now get over it ... --
5. The class war : hope I die before my next refill --
6. The end : the house I live in --
App. Return to Hubbert's Peak : why Palast is wrong.
Responsibility: Greg Palast.

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How the Patriot Act has sent a nation crazy with fear? How ballot stuffing and black voter snuffing meant John Kerry actually won in '04, and the Republicans have 08 in the bag? And, how no child is  Read more...

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