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Greg Mitchell writes the popular Media Fix blog at The Nation and is the author of nine nonfiction books. His latest book, published in January 2009, is Why Obama Won. His previous book, which came out in March 2008, was So Wrong for So Long: How the Press, the Pundits -- and the President -- Failed on Iraq (Union Square Press). 

Mitchell has written two books about infamous political campaigns, Tricky and the Pink Lady as well as The Campaign of the Century: Upton Sinclair's Race for Governor of California and the Birth of Media Politics, winner of the Goldsmith Book Prize. He also co-authored two books with Robert Jay Lifton, Hiroshima in America and Who Owns Death?, and was chief adviser to the award-winning film, Original Child Bomb.

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Sunday, March 24, 2013     

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That Piece Killed by the "Post"
(5 comments) in 2003, Iraq meant never having to say you're sorry. The spring offensive had produced a victory in less than three weeks, with a relatively low American and Iraqi civilian death toll. Saddam fled and George W. Bush and his team drew overwhelming praise, at least here at home. By 2004 it was clear that Saddam's WMDs would never be found, but sorry was still the hardest word.

Monday, September 26, 2011     

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Wardens Protest Execution of Troy Davis -- a Rare Move in America
(1 comments) Executioners seem to approach ending a person's life as, well, somebody's got to do it, but a lot of us don't see it that way.

Thursday, February 3, 2011     

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"Cablegate" to Date: A Unique List of What's Been Revealed
(1 comments) A revealing list of the more important revelations in the cables released by Wikileaks & either hyped or overhyped by their media partners.

Tuesday, December 30, 2008     

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Attack on Gaza: As Usual, U.S. Media (And Most Liberals) Silent -- As Israeli Newspaper Raises Doubts
(36 comments) In the usual process, the U.S. government, media here -- and many of the leading liberal bloggers -- are silent or playing down questions about whether Israel overreacted in its massive air strikes on Gaza, while the foreign press, and even Haaretz in Israel, carries more balanced accounts.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008     

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Why Obama's Shocking Landslide in Newspaper Endorsements Really Matters
(9 comments) Barack Obama's smashing lead over John McCain in newspaper endorsements could prove significant - especially since the deluge began four days ago, just as Obama began to sink in most polls.