Russ Baker in Miami: Tuesday, April 26

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If you’re in Miami or anywhere nearby, please join Russ

Tuesday April 26, 8pm

Books and Books, 265 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables

Russ will discuss his groundbreaking book Family of Secrets: the Bush Dynasty, America’s Invisible Government and the Hidden History of the Last Fifty Years, compare and contrast the Bush and Obama administrations, and talk about WhoWhatWhy and the new journalism it represents. A question and answer session will be followed by a signing.

Please come—and please tell friends.

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PRAISE FOR FAMILY OF SECRETS

“An investigative gem filled with juicy revelations”—Sydney Schanberg, Pulitzer Prize Winner, NewYork Times

“This is the book people will be mining for years to come”—David Margolick, Newsweek/Vanity Fair

“Prodigiously industrious investigative journalist Russ Baker…connects the dots between the Bushes and Watergate”—Lev Grossman, Time

“A tour de force … Family of Secrets has made me rethink even those events I witnessed with my own eyes.”—Dan Rather

“Russ Baker’s work stands out for its…concern for what matters most to our democracy”—Bill Moyers

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0 responses to “Russ Baker in Miami: Tuesday, April 26”

  1. tpmco says:

    Russ, I’m concerned. Recently, documents from what I call the Guantanamo Files have been released by the WikiLeaks organization which are supposed to document, prisoner by prisoner, what was going on down there in Cuba.

    But you know what really surprises and concerns me? There is no assignment of a source for this supposed leak. Bradley Manning has been in custody for nearly a year, and I doubt that the Private could have done such a thing while incarcerated.

    So the “whodunit” syndrome gets operating. Where did these 700+ documents come from?

    Do you think WikiLeaks even knows the source? They haven’t even hinted at how long they have been in possession of this information–it smells to me that the time has not been that long judging by the lengthy list of their distribution. When you need to move fast, you enlarge your network.

    I would like to hear more from your camp on this topic–even if not Baker-originated. We are clueless.

  2. Bronx says:

    Listened to you on Rockwell – stick with the libertarians – once you get over the 2nd amendment issue, you’ll fit right in. I’m glad you’re a journalist.

  3. russwnyc says:

    Greensboro would be good. Planning visits to all kinds of places. Local residents need to organize things, though. If interested, pls email me via the site.