The Bush Dyslexicon
Observations on a National Disorder
"A particularly astute analysis of the television coverage of the campaign, the election, and the political aftermath."—Newsday
The Bush Dyslexicon is a raucously funny ride—whether it's Bush envisioning "a foreign-handed foreign policy" or Miller skewering vociferous cultural conservatives like William Bennett and Lynne Cheney for their silence on Bush's particular "West Texas version of Ebonics." But there is also a strong undercurrent of outrage. Only because our elections have become so dependent on television and its emphatic emptiness, says Miller, could a man of such sublime and complacent ignorance assume the highest office in the land.
- June 2002
- 5.5 × 8.2 in
/ 304 pages
- Territory Rights: Worldwide including Canada, but excluding the British Commonwealth.
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