Thursday, October 11, 2007

We Need to Sell 1,000 'Neck Deep' Books

We Need to Sell 1,000 'Neck Deep' Books
September 27, 2007

In September, we’ve had a dangerous budget shortfall at So we’re hoping to fill the gap by selling 1,000 copies of our new book, Neck Deep: The Disastrous Presidency of George W. Bush. With each sale, $5 is rebated to help keep our free investigative Web site alive.

So, if you haven’t bought a copy of this important new book – co-authored by award-winning investigative reporter Robert Parry and two of his sons, Sam and Nat Parry – please go to the publisher’s Web site right now at If you’ve already bought a copy for yourself, buy another for a friend.

Neck Deep is the first book to offer a critical examination of the entire presidency of George W. Bush – from the electoral chicanery at the start through the cascade of catastrophes that have followed. Other books have dealt skeptically with narrow pieces of this history, and some books by Bush’s acolytes have offered an overview that puts a positive gloss on this national disaster.

However, if the history is going to be accurate – and if these deadly mistakes are not to be repeated – the honest account of Neck Deep must become the dominant narrative of the Bush years. You can help by making sure as many people as possible read this compelling work of recent history.

If you prefer to order by mail, you can print out a form at or just send a check for the Neck Deep purchase price (paperback $22.95 or hardcover $29.95) plus $4 for shipping to The Media Consortium; Suite 102-231; 2200 Wilson Blvd.; Arlington, VA 22201.

Thank you.

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