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The Book That Changed America?

Jeffrey Lord has a great profile of radio talk show host Mark Levin today at American Spectator. As readers of Growls know, this writer is one of the 5 million or so people who listen to Mark Levin each day. Lord introduces his profile of Mark Levin this way:

“It's the book that changed America.

“And it isn't often that a book -- any book, even a popular, bestselling book like Mark Levin's Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto -- can be said to have changed the course of American politics and history. The phenomenon is rare, extremely rare, usually taking both the country and even the author by surprise.

“Yet Levin's book has done just that, saluted by Minnesota Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann in an exclusive talk with The American Spectator as "providing [the] intellectual balance and foundation" of the Tea Party movement. A movement that stands triumphant this week in the wake of the conservative landslide that Levin himself believes can revitalize the conservative cause that Ronald Reagan once led to the White House.”

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“Levin himself emerged as an unlikely rock star in the cause of the Constitution, the author literally besieged at book signings as thousands waited hours for a seconds-long meeting and signed copy. This video posted by a Levin fan of a book signing at Tysons Corner, Virginia, outside a rainy Washington, D.C., illustrates a fraction of the Liberty and Tyranny phenomenon that was sweeping the country.”

Below is the the cover of Levin’s book. You can visit his talk show website at the MarkLevinShow.com where you can download daily "audio rewinds" of the show, and there is no charge. In the Washington, D.C. area, you can listen at radio station WMAL 630. Some fans of Mark also maintain the Mark Levin Fan website.



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