Fooled Again: The Real Case for Electoral Reform

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Basic Books, 12. jun. 2007 - 512 sider
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In Fooled Again, renowned media critic Mark Crispin Miller argues that it wasn't “moral values” that swung the 2004 presidential race-it was theft. A huge array of anomalies, improper practices, and blatant violations of the law in state after state all happened to swing in the Bush ticket's favor. Fooled Again not only gives abundant evidence of theft, but also describes the mind-set among both the major parties and the media that could easily allow it to happen again in 2006 and 2008.
 

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1 The Miracle 1
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2 Taking Care of the Counting 26
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3 The Requisite Fanaticism 54
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4 Do Unto Others Before They Do Unto You 81
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5 The Most Uncontrollable Form of Cancer 135
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6 An Orderly Election 172
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7 One Last Scandal 240
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Epilogue 259
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Appendix 281
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State of Denial 289
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Acknowledgments 391
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Notes 395
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Index 471
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Mark Crispin Miller is a professor of media studies at New York University and a well-known public intellectual. His writings on film, television, propaganda, advertising, and the culture industries have appeared in numerous journals and newspapers, including The Nation and the New York Times. He is the author of The Bush Dyslexicon: Observations on a National Disorder (2001) and Cruel and Unusual: Bush/Cheney's New World Order (2004). Miller has appeared on “Frontline,” “The PBS Newshour,” “The O'Reilly Factor,” “Washington Journal,” and Bill Moyers's “The Public Mind,” and has been a guest on countless radio programs. He is a regular commentator on Air America. He lives in New York.

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