This audio is an unabridged reading of the Harper article "None Dare Call It Stolen", which was excerpted from the book Fooled Again, published by Basic Books in the Fall of 2005. It also includes an interview with the author.
©2005 Mark Crispin Miller; (P)2006 Audio Evolution, LLC
"Miller is right....that we should have had a serious investigation into the flaws in the last election, and that those flaws...should prompt politicians to fix the entire electoral system before the next big race." (Salon.com)
"Mark Crispin Miller's Fooled Again is a jeremiad aimed at the heart of the national Republican machine. But it's also a work of original reporting that in the end amounts to a solid case for Republican theft of the 2004 presidential election....Fooled Again may well describe the endgame that lead to single-party dominance through the next generation." (Chicago Reader)
This is a powerful expose and a call to action to stand up for our constitution. The reading is very well done and the facts speak for themselves. I had seen a short documentary called "no umbrellas" about the voting problems in a minority neighborhood in Ohio in 2004(from Ironweed). None Dare Call it Stollen is a screaming litany of the way this election was stolen in frightening detail from before the election to after the election. But I found the interview even more powerful because his analysis of the complexity between the forces for power, theological views and money are very fascinating and ring true. There are bigger forces here than just some faith based Republicans standing up for what they believe. This story needs to be heard and no one else is out there with any guts or care about our consitution but I know most Americans do really care about this and we need to voice that and begin to stand for what is true.
Thank you for publishing this important work.
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