What the hell do you give 'em for the holidays?
Well, give 'em hell.
Or at least give some agitation at a helluva bargain price.
(Holidays are VERY SOON.)
Thieves in High Places
America is at an historic divide between rulers and rulees and the rulees are restless. Hightower's THIEVES IN HIGH PLACES is an epistle to the American people about vision and choices, and it's a clarion call to action. The question Jim Hightower is asking is: What kind of country do you want America to be? Not only for you, but for your children and theirs? In THIEVES IN HIGH PLACES Hightower takes on the Bushites, the Wobblycrats, and the corporate Kleptocrats, digging up behind-the scenes dirt that the corporate media overlooks like BushCo's "Friday Night Massacres", what's happened to our food, and the Bush plan for empire. Also drawing on Hightower's Rolling Thunder Down-Home Democracy Tour, Hightower has tapped into the thriving activist networks that are our country's grassroots muscle, and his book tells their uplifting stories of retaking control of their communities.
Thieves in High Places:
Table of Contents
Introduction: Kleptocrat Nation
I. LOST AMERICA"The Bad News)
2. Never Have So Few Done So Much for So Few
3. Bad Apples
4. The Super-Duper Empire of King George the W
5. The Wobblycrats
II. AMERICA THE POSSIBLE"The Good News)
6. Even the Smallest Dog Can Lift Its Leg on the Tallest Building
III. AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL"The Best News of All)
8. A Progressive Optimist in the Age of Bushwa
9. Public Spirit
10. Wal-Mart: How to Play Beat The Devil
11. Taking Charge of Dinner
12. No Sweat
13. The Road To Privacy
14. Don't Be An Idiot