The Best Democracy Money Can Buy: A Tale of Billionaires & Ballot Bandits

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Price
$14.95
Publisher
Seven Stories Press
Publish Date
Pages
272
Dimensions
4.9 X 6.9 X 0.6 inches | 0.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781609807757
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About the Author

Bestselling author GREG PALAST's most recent book is Vulture's Picnic. Author of a number of previous bestsellers, including Armed Madhouse, Greg Palast is currently a Nation Institute Fellow and BBC correspondent. He lives in New York City and Long Island. ROBERT F. KENNEDY JR. is the dean of the Pace University School of Environmental Law, chairman of the Riverkeeper Alliance, an attorney representing victims of voting rights violations, and contributing editor to Rolling Stone magazine. TED RALL's political and social commentary cartoons have appeared in hundreds of publications, including Rolling Stone, Time, Fortune, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, Village Voice, and New York Times. A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, he has twice won the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Prize. Visit him at Rall.com.

Reviews

"The Best Democracy Money Can Buy is a searing indictment of a rigged electoral system where hundreds of thousands of people of color are routinely denied the right to vote. Palast, one our great investigative reporters, exposes one of the many mechanisms the corporate state uses to keep us enslaved. If you are not outraged by what Palast has uncovered you have no heart." Chris Hedges

"There's a specific kind of outrage that I think only the work of Greg Palast can evoke. It is the outrage when we realize our democracy is being taken away from us. And that there isn't anyone in the mainstream media aside from Greg Palast reporting on this with any reliability or accuracy or passion or intelligence--and that is itself a crime." --Gasland filmmaker Josh Fox