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Hope is a tattered flag : voices of reason and change for the post-Bush era

Author: Markos Kounalakis; Peter Laufer
Publisher: Sausalito, Calif. : PoliPointPress ; [LaVergne, TN] : Distributed by Ingram Publisher Services, ©2008.
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Kounalakis and Laufer, hosts of a nationally syndicated radio program and authors of a regular feature in Washington Monthly, present conversations with a diverse selection of leading policy and opinion leaders. These well-known personalities from across the ideological spectrum propose solutions to problems and conflicts vexing America as it heads into the 2008 election.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kounalakis, Markos.
Hope is a tattered flag.
Sausalito, Calif. : PoliPointPress ; [LaVergne, TN] : Distributed by Ingram Publisher Services, c2008
(OCoLC)653331106
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Markos Kounalakis; Peter Laufer
ISBN: 9780979482243 0979482240 9780979482250 0979482259
OCLC Number: 212627092
Description: xxiii, 299 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Foreword: Will Durst xiii --
Part 1 Changes --
Part 2 War and the Military --
Part 3 Oil --
Part 4 Business, Economics, and the Environment --
Part 5 Immigration --
Part 6 Ethics --
Part 7 News Media --
Part 8 Church, State, and Culture --
Part 9 Men and Women --
Part 10 Onward --
Epilogue: Elizabeth Austin 283.
Responsibility: Markos Kounalakis and Peter Laufer ; foreword by Will Durst.
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Kounalakis and Laufer, hosts of a nationally syndicated radio program and authors of a regular feature in Washington Monthly, present conversations with a diverse selection of leading policy and opinion leaders. These well-known personalities from across the ideological spectrum propose solutions to problems and conflicts vexing America as it heads into the 2008 election.

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