Featured Work
  • The Book on Bush: How George W. (Mis)leads America
  • Not since the heyday of Richard Nixon has there been a president more controversial and polarizing than George W. Bush. The Book on Bush methodically critiques administration policy from the standpoint of its truthfulness as well as its merit, with the characteristic wit of both writers.

  • What Liberal Media? The Truth About Bias and the News
  • Widely acclaimed and hotly contested, veteran journalist Eric Alterman's ambitious investigation into the true nature of the US news media touched a nerve and sparked debate across the country. As the question of whose interests the media protects-and how-continues to raise hackles...

  • War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning
  • Chris Hedges has seen war, and its effect upon those who wage it, at close range. And in War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning, he brings fifteen years of experience reporting from the front lines to bear on the very nature of war itself, its causes and consequences, and the physical, emotional, and moral devastation it leaves in its wake.

  • No Logo: No Space, No Choice, No Jobs
  • First published before the World Trade Organization protests in Seattle, this is an infuriating, inspiring, and altogether pioneering work of cultural criticism that investigates money, marketing, and the anti-corporate movement.

  • Within the Veil: Black Journalists, White Media
  • In Within the Veil, Pamela Newkirk unmasks the ways in which race continues to influence reportage, both overtly and covertly. Newkirk charts a series of race-related conflicts at news organizations across the country, illustrating how African American journalists have influenced and been denied influence to the content, presentation, and very nature of news.

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