New York Times best-selling author Richard Miniter is an award-winning investigative journalist whose insights have shed light on many of todays most vital issues. With Disinformation he takes the popular media to task for the myths they spread about the War on Terror. Miniter has spoken to high-profile sources, sifted through countless information, and traveled the globe to learn that 22 of the most common beliefs about the War on Terror are nothing more than urban legends. If you believe there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, that terrorists are likely to cross the Mexican border into America, that racial profiling of terrorists works, or that Iraq is another Vietnam, then you believe mistruths. Miniter debunks these and other myths put forth by both the liberal and conservative media in this provocative and important work.
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