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See, I told you so

Author: Rush H Limbaugh
Publisher: New York : Pocket Books, ©1993.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Conservatism's most outspoken champion offers his insights and predictions regarding various social and political issues.
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Limbaugh, Rush H.
See, I told you so.
New York : Pocket Books, ©1993
(OCoLC)605648610
Online version:
Limbaugh, Rush H.
See, I told you so.
New York : Pocket Books, ©1993
(OCoLC)621768502
Named Person: Rush Limbaugh
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rush H Limbaugh
ISBN: 067187120X 9780671871208 0671888072 9780671888077
OCLC Number: 29250177
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xvi, 364 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: I answered my phone --
The power of you : you make it work --
America is not over --
New Democrats : yeah, yeah ... --
Punishing achievement --
Dead white guys, or, What your history books never told you --
Are values obsolete? or, How to win the culture war --
Dan Quayle is right, or, Our poverty of values --
Dan's bake sale --
Eight years of Reagan : the eighties was not a decade of greed --
The decade of fraud and deceit --
To your health, Hillary, or, Understanding the politics of meaning --
Algore : technology czar --
The O! zone : an environmental update --
The dumbing-down of America --
The latest from the feminist "front" --
Words mean things --
Political correctness and the coming of the thought police --
Conservatism and race --
America is still worth fighting for --
The case for less government --
The many purposes of culture --
Lies are facts; facts are lies --
There they go again --
The politically correct liberal lexicon --
"The hush Rush law" --
A summary and prescription for the future.
Responsibility: Rush H. Limbaugh, III.

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With his first book, The Way Things Ought to Be, Rush Limbaugh made it to the top of the bestseller list and has stayed there for eight months. Now, the outspoken and controversial political  Read more...

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