The Dumbest Generationby Michael Graham
Michael Graham has met the enemy, and they is us. Fifty years after the Greatest Generation fought and died on foreign soil to rescue democracy from fascism, the question facing America is Can we survive the Dumbest Generation? Can a nation of uniquely uninformed idiots living in a culture that celebrates stupidity possibly govern themselves? If the question sounds harsh, you havent read The Dumbest Generation or (author Michael Graham would argue) the Palm Beach Post. From the bumbling balloteers of Florida to the crush of Dumb-and-Dumber culture filling the neighborhood multi-plex, Graham sees a nation of people who should be denied the right to vote in any election not sponsored by TV Guide. Graham, a former-stand-up comic turned GOP political consultant reveals what people inside the election business have known for years: In the America of the year 2001, ignorant voters arent a problem, theyre a target demographic. They were the foundation and the demise of the ill-fated Gore campaign, and continuing efforts by both political parties to court rather than shun them put American democracy at risk.
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This is only 20 pages of the book--NOT the whole book. I bought it without checking the page count. Guess that makes me a member of the dumbest generation too!
According to B&N the publisher only sent a "section of the digital version". I received a refund after finding out that the book was only 20 pages (the actual book has close to 300).. B&N was contacting the publisher to have them send the "whole book". will take about 2 weeks. I will make sure I always check to make sure I receive the actual book.. Learning quickly on the Nook and what to look for. NOT sure about this digital book thing.