The Best Democracy Money Can Buy Greg Palast

Sofia P, Sam P, Bella T, Becky R

Summary of the Book:

  • Corporate corruption
  • Global capitalism
  • Environmental destruction
  • 3rd world exploitation
  • Freedom of speech
  • Election of 2000

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Why is it Important?

  • Focuses on political corruption
  • Jeb Bush and Katherine Harris's stealing of the presidential election in Florida
  • Exposes the Truth about globalization, corporate cons, and high finance fraudsters

Why it can be considered controversial?

  • 2000 presidential election in Florida and how Bush and his team removed thousands ofvoter's names from the election rolls (mainly blacks)

Author Backgorund

  • Was a freelance, investigative journalist and an author
  • Lives in New York
  • Against Trump


  • The Best Democracy Money Can Buy' documentary pursues the Koch brothers from the Los Angeles Times by Kimber Myers
  • The Best Democracy Money Can Buy’: Documentary links political crisis, racism from the Seattle Times by John Hartl

Inspirational Line

  • "You read the papers and you watch television, so you know the kind of spiderbrained, commercially poisoned piece-of-crap reporting you get in America. If you’re reading this in Britain, you stand a chance of getting some real information, but your news is so censored and twisted in a knot that... well, that’s another story (read Chapter 8, “Kissing the Whip”). You could call this book: What You Didn’t Read in the New York Times." (Palast, 6)

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