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specfiction Posted - 03/29/2007 : 09:52:36
We've had many inquires about 1492. We have at least one buy inquiry per day. If you've looked at 1492 and want to know more, let me tell you this is a great book for those that follow world news, are concerned about government gamesmanship while religious militants wage pointless wars on all sides, and follow the sadely humorous intellectual infighting of the decision makers while we're all left scratching our heads. If Mr. Assem had the marketing budget, 1492 would be a NY Times best seller.

1492 is a hardbound, beautifully made book written by a guy who's in the know both in Washington and Afganistan.

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