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Smear Tactics: The Liberals' Never-Ending Campaign of Bad Faith and Dirty Tricks

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In this spirited survey of liberal lies and dirty tricks, Brad Miner, one of America's leading conservative insiders, offers a look at the American liberal tradition of slander, insult, and character assassination throughout history. "Smear Tactics" mines both today's papers and the classic campaigns of history for tales of liberal deception and manipulation. Tracing smear ...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published November 27th 2007 by HarperCollins
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Sep 29, 2014 Elizabeth Pietrangelo rated it did not like it
Oh lord, I knew what I was getting into because this book was shelved next to titles by Ann Coulter. I actually felt dirty standing in that section of the library, but I think it's important to know what and how people think about our world. That way you can bash them in a hypothetical debate should it ever occur.
This book of course was written by an old, white, man. The same as the old white men deciding how American should be governed, who encourage tax breaks for huge corporations, oppose in
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