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From the PublisherJonathan Chait
The New Republic
A clinical, dispassionate, and intellectually bulletproof analysis of the ways President Bush has manipulated public opinion. The authors meticulously paint a troubling picture of the way our national debates function. It ought to shame the press corps into mending its ways.
Politicians talk so much that hardly anyone pays close attention to what they're actually saying. Ben Fritz, Bryan Keefer, and Brendan Nyhan do, staying up late to match words with reality. It's a tough job — imagine the migraines — but the rest of us can be glad someone's doing it.
Neal Pollack author of Never Mind the Pollacks
A chilling and comprehensive account of how the government has polluted our country with a thick mist of foul propaganda.