Dude, Where's My Country?

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Thorndike Press, 2004 - Humor - 415 pages
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Michael Moore is on a mission in his new book: Regime Change. The man who slithered into the White House on tracks greased by his daddy's oil buddies is one of many targets in Mike's blistering follow-up to his smash #1 hit Stupid White Men, the biggest-selling nonfiction book of the year. Now no one's safe: corporate barons who have bilked millions out of their employees' lifetime savings, legislators who have stripped away our civil liberties in the name of "homeland security," and even that right-wing brother-in-law of yours (yes, we all have one) who manages, year after year, through his babbling idiocy, to ruin Thanksgiving dinner.

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Review: Dude, Where's My Country?

User Review  - Andrew Schladetsch - Goodreads

I read this book when I was 13, young and impressionable. The thing about Michael Moore, I believe, is that he is very, very good at convincing/persuading people towards his ideals, which in face ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kris - My Novelesque Life - Goodreads

3 STARS "The book shares much with Al Franken's Lies besides liberal sentiment and satirical tone; not only do both authors rely on the hoary device of having God tell them He doesn't support the ... Read full review


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Michael Moore is the author of the New York Times bestseller Stupid White Men and the bestseller Downsize This! His film Bowling for Columbine won the Academy Award for Best Documentary and holds the box-office record as the most successful documentary. He is also the creator of the classic documentary films Roger & Me and The Big One, as well as the Emmy Award-winning show TV Nation and the TV series The Awful Truth. Michael Moore lives with his wife and daughter in Michigan and New York City

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