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Signed Copies of Armed Madhouse (and Other Gifts)

Signed Copies of Armed Madhouse (and Other Gifts) For The Holidays

The New Yorker says, "Armed Madhouse is great fun."

Give some fun for the Holidays and the New Year with a hardbound copy of Armed Madhouse. I'll sign it to you (a friend or a loved one, just tell me their name) for a tax deductible donation of $75 to our foundation for investigative reporting.

"Palast's stories bite. They're so relevant they threaten to alter history." - Chicago Tribune

Better yet, donate at least $250 and get the whole biting bunch - a gift pack that includes the books Armed Madhouse and Impeach The President, three DVDs -- Bush Family Fortunes, American Blackout, and Big Easy to Big Empty: the Untold Story of the Drowning of New Orleans PLUS the The Joker's Wild: Dubya's Trick Deck .

Many more signed gifts are available at my Store.

If you order by Thursday, I'll sign these and send them to you -- we'll cover all shipping costs -- in time for the Holidays.

100% of the proceeds of these donations goes to pay for our expenses and to support the investigations team who make these biting, history-altering reports possible. (I take no fee.)

"No one has exposed more truth about the Bush Cartel than Greg Palast and lived to tell the story.” - Baltimore Chronicle

So far, so good. Have a happy and healthy holiday.

Greg Palast


Greg Palast is the author of the New York Times bestseller, “Armed Madhouse”. Read his reports at

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