Actions Speak Louder than Bumper Stickers
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Actions Speak Louder than Bumper Stickers

by Olivia Greer, Aaron Rudenstine
     
 

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Actions Speak Louder Than Bumper Stickers features 96 pages of the funniest political bumper stickers, speaking to today's hot-button issues — from Bush bashing to economics, abortion to the military, creationism to the environment. Each bumper sticker appears alongside a factoid — a tidbit of truth that relates to the theme of the bumper sticker and

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Actions Speak Louder Than Bumper Stickers features 96 pages of the funniest political bumper stickers, speaking to today's hot-button issues — from Bush bashing to economics, abortion to the military, creationism to the environment. Each bumper sticker appears alongside a factoid — a tidbit of truth that relates to the theme of the bumper sticker and grounds the joke in reality. This book belongs on any coffee table, kitchen table, or dorm room desk, to act as a catalyst for participation. It offers hilarious political commentary that encourages thought and laughter, the combination of which we believe invites action — from conversation to provocation.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781560259428
Publisher:
Nation Books
Publication date:
09/28/2006
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
6.08(w) x 9.08(h) x 0.26(d)

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Aaron Rudenstine and Olivia Greer
Contributor residences (city, state or country if outside the US or Canada):

Olivia Greer and Aaron Rudenstine, co-editors and founders of Actions Speak Louder LLC, are native New York City progressives. Like so many twentysomethings, they have jobs and dreams that don’t always intersect as they would like them to. They struggle to digest the realities of today’s political climate, and work to figure out how to live with it and how to make a difference. Both look to tie their careers to social justice work, and see Actions Speak Louder Than Bumper Stickers as a step in that direction.

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