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The Man Who Sold The War by James Bamford
During the run-up to the Iraqi war, the Bush Administration hired "perception management" expert John Rendon to sell the public and journalists on the merits of the war. For $16 million, Rendon fed journalists, including Judith Miller of The New York Times, bogus intelligence about Iraq's WMD program.
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