Sarah Palin, the ex-governor of Alaska who shot to fame as John McCain's running mate, shocking many with her far right, fundamentalist Christian, gun-toting, anti-abortion proclamations has become an obsession that just won't go away. Published on the same day as Palin's own autobiography, Going Rogue (HarperCollins), this incisive and illuminating collection of essays is stirring huge debate. Edited by two senior editors at The Nation magazine, it is smart, sharp and up-to-the minute. Contributors include Naomi Klein, Tom Perrotta, Eve Ensler, Gary Younge and Gloria Steinem.
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