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Worthy of shelving alongside the best of the Iraq books.”--Kirkus
Greg Mitchell has given us a razor-sharp critique of how the media and the government connived in one of the great blunders of American foreign policy. Every aspiring journalist, every veteran, every punditand every citizen who cares about the difference between illusion and reality, propaganda and the truth, and looked to the press to help keep them separateshould read this book. Twice.”Bill Moyers
Wrong? Being "wrong" is a very weak adjective to describe actions and inactions misleading us into the Iraq tragedy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gerhardt J. Steinke
I was hoping for new information and new ideas about America's involvement in Iraq. Instead, I got a collection of the author's columns on the subject. Nothing new. Read morePublished 6 months ago by balopinto
I wish the problems in our media were just limited to coverage of the Iraq War. Unfortunately, all the issues cited in Mitchell's book continue today. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Tony Smith
Goes from A To Z with a Ton of real truth and no Lies. Read this now.Bruce Rocks with the lead in.Published 18 months ago by Doug MC
"So Wrong for so Long," written by Greg Mitchell, editor of Editor and Publisher, contains various articles from that publication from January 2003 thru October 2007, articles that... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Joe V.
Normally I won't write reviews of books I've read unless they're exceptional in some way. I don't think this book is exceptional though it is good. Read morePublished 19 months ago by rworthen
This book is a little disjointed and is quite poorly formatted, but serves as a good reminder of the mindless parroting of the official line by the great majority of the US press... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Alex Bell
I have read Greg Mitchell's work for years on E&P. Ever since Bush won re-election Mitchell has been trying to re-create the excitement in the world of Journalism experienced in... Read morePublished on July 14, 2008 by David J. Horchak
Greg Mitchell is a talented writer, but even if not he should be listened to closely. He is one of those (like Barack Obama) who has proven to have been right early, and right... Read morePublished on May 12, 2008 by B. A Varkentine