In January 2001, George W. Bush assumed the Presidency of the United States promising peace, prosperity, and a renewed sense of integrity. In "The Bush Betrayal", James Bovard vividly illustrates how Bush abandoned both his campaign promises and his oath to uphold the Constitution, leaving instead a nation at war, in massive debt and in service to the special interests of big business. "The Bush Betrayal" is a seething indictment of a presidency far removed from the will of the people and is destined to be another classic from Washington's most outspoken critic.
JAMES BOVARD has written for The Wall Street Journal, American Spectator, The New York Times, The New Republic, The Washington Post and Newsweek. He is one of Washington's most controversial journalists.