ReganBooks Rushes To Printer With Unfit For Command Rebuttal

October 2004
Book Publishing Report;10/25/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 41, p3
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The article presents information on the publication Glenn Smith's book "Unfit Commander" by Regan Books. The book attacks the U.S. President George W. Bush's National Guard record in a style similar to "Unfit for Command," the best-selling anti-Kerry book from John O'Neil and Jerome Corsi published by Regnery. Regan Books has published books from a diverse spectrum of political writers, including Michael Moore, Sean Hannity, Ralph Nader and Rush Limbaugh. The imprint also published Toni Bentley's erotic memoir "The Surrender" this month.


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