Joe Wilson: What He Didn't Find in Africa

A crisp, concise (9000 words) account of Plamegate, the sequence of events set in motion when Ambassador Joseph Wilson IV published "What I Didn't Find in Africa," his 2003 New York Times op-ed challenging Bush/Cheney lies about the rationale for the Iraq War.
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About Jon Krampner

Jon Krampner is a political activist who was horrified by the myriad depredations of what Gore Vidal called "the Cheney/Bush junta." He has written this 9,000 word e-book, thoroughly annotated with 124 footnotes, to serve as a concise account of Plamegate, Bushco's vindictive and illegal outing of Joe Wilson's wife Valerie Plame as payback for his having written "What I Didn't Find in Africa," which exposed Bushco's willful falsehoods about the need for the Iraq War. Mr. Krampner lives in Los Angeles.

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