Alice in Bushland: Fact and Fantasy in the Bush Administration

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Alland Publishing, 2006 - Humor - 144 pages
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Alice in Bushland: Fact and Fantasy in the Bush Administration is a political satire based on Alice in Wonderland. Humorous fantasies where Alice meets Humpty Dumpty Rove, Compassionate King Bush, Mad Hatter Rumsfeld and other colorful characters are followed by fact sheets detailing What Alice Didn't Know about the Bush Administration. John Nichols, Washington Correspondent for The Nation, said that Peggy is the Jon Stewart of fairytales, the Stephen Colbert of the fantastic...fantasies that are far more telling than the evening news. Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin (D-WI stated, ...an imaginative and critical take on the Bush White House...Alarming and entertaining at the same time.

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Contents

Foreword by John Nichols i
3
Episode Three
15
Episode Four
21
Episode
31
What Alice Didnt Know about Ken Lay
38
Episode Seven
41
Episode Nine
55
What Alice Didnt Know about
68
Episode Fourteen
83
What Alice Didnt Know about
100
Episode Eighteen
115
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About the author (2006)

Peggy Wireman" is a freelance consultant in community and economic development. She has extensive experience working as a legislative aide in Congress and in the executive branch in both Democratic and Republican administrations. She is the author of "Alice in Bushland: Fact and Fantasy in the Bush Administration, Urban Neighborhoods, Networks, and Families: New Forms for Old Values", and "Partnerships for Prosperity: Museums and Economic Development".

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