The info in Project Censored's yearly reports is always mandatory reading for any informed citizen, but I really think this book is in the wrong format.
I can get the info in this book from Project Censored website... so where's the value - other than the value inherent in supporting Project Censored to continue their work? But if that's what I wanted... why not just save the paper, and donate to Project Censored instead?
I'd like if this book was instead in coffee table book format... so people who come over could just pick it up, read one of the censored news stories, see some nice pictures/graphics/charts illustrating the points, and be shocked/amazed. This info is ground-breaking citizen journalism at it's best... but if you want my friends to stop thinking this is just another dry, academic, left-wing boring read like the other books on my book-shelf - then Project Censored should really change the format and make it into a Coffee Table book.
The 25-point format is perfect for this idea. So Project Censored: change this book into a coffee-table book, get activists to buy/distribute it across coffee-shops/tea-houses everywhere in America, and sit back and see the firestorm of discussion that develops.