We are also still offering this three-book set for the deeply discounted price of only $29 (postage included) for the first set. Each additional set is only $20 more.

We have 125 more sets of these books to sell at that discount price to meet our goal of getting 1,000 sets out of the warehouse by the end of 2010 and thus making possible a fourth book in the series next year.

You can order the three-book set:

--By credit card (Mastercard/Visa) by going to Consortiumnews.com's donation site and putting in a $29 charge. (You can follow up with an e-mail to consortnew@aol.com to give us your mailing address, or if that address and the billing address for the credit card are the same, we’ll automatically assume that any $29 “donation” is intended for a book order and ship it there. Or we’ll assume a $49 charge is for two three-book sets, etc. Non-U.S. orders should add $10 more for extra postage.)

--By PayPal, make a payment to our account which is named after our e-mail address: “consortnew@aol.com” (Please include your mailing address in the PayPal message.)

--By check made out to The Media Consortium; Suite 102-231; 2200 Wilson Blvd.; Arlington, VA 22201.

These three books contain important history about the recent era. For instance,

--Lost History lays out the factual record of CIA-tolerated drug trafficking by Ronald Reagan’s Nicaraguan contra rebels in the 1980s and the parallel story of how the Reagan-Bush administration built an Orwellian propaganda apparatus that performed “perception management” on the American people.

--Secrecy & Privilege explains how George H.W. Bush rose to power through his service to Richard Nixon during the Watergate scandal; describes Bush's bloody year as chief of the CIA; and exposes his secret effort to undermine President Jimmy Carter’s Iran-hostage talks in 1980.

--Neck Deep takes this remarkable story of the Bush Family's rise forward to George W. Bush seizing the highest office in land with the help of the Right’s powerful propaganda machinery, the systemic failure of the mainstream U.S. news media, and the coup d’etat of Republican political cronies on the U.S. Supreme Court handing Bush the White House.

These solidly reported histories should be part of every library. And you can help by obtaining a set for yourself, a friend or a public or school library. At the discount price, the books also make sense as inexpensive holiday gifts.

Thanks so much for your support.

Robert Parry

Robert Parry broke many of the Iran-Contra stories in the 1980s for the Associated Press and Newsweek. He founded Consortiumnews.com in 1995 as the Internet's first investigative magazine. He saw it as a way to combine modern technology and old-fashioned journalism to counter the increasing triviality of the mainstream U.S. news media. 


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