The Politics of Truth: Inside the Lies that Led to War and Betrayed My Wife's CIA Identity (2004 book)

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The Politics of Truth: Inside the Lies that Led to War and Betrayed My Wife's CIA Identity-A Diplomat's Memoir (ISBN 078671378X) by Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson IV, published 2004/5 by Carroll & Graf Publishers.

"In his own words, Wilson writes the revelatory account of the Bush administration's misrepresentation of intelligence before the 2003 war in Iraq. Revelation upon revelation unfold in this explosive memoir by a man who has captured the world's attention by standing up for the forthright recording of history against those bent on fabricating truth." [1]

  • Commenting April 29, 2004, on Wilson's recently released book The Politics of Truth, Tim Dunlop writes: "Hot off the presses ... You probably already know that it doesn't reveal the identity of the person who leaked the identity of his CIA-operative wife, but it does offer some interesting insights into the Bush administration. Make no mistake, this guy is seriously pissed about the invasion of Iraq, what was done to him and his wife, and the general conduct of the current White House." [2]

Read Chapter 17 "A Strange Encounter with Robert Novak" posted at the Center for American Progress web site.


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