Past Praise for the Author’s Work

 

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“David Swanson is a truth-teller and witness-bearer whose voice and action warrant our attention.” —Cornel West, author.

“David Swanson predicates his belief that nonviolence can change the world on careful research and historical analysis.” —Kathy Kelly, activist and author.

“The world needs more true advocates of democracy like David Swanson!” —Thom Hartmann, radio/TV host and author.

“Our times cry out for a smart, witty and courageous Populist who hasn’t forgotten how to play offense. Luckily we have David Swanson.” —Mike Ferner, activist and author.

“David Swanson, who has been a one-man wonder leading the charge for accountability, writes a compelling narrative that inspires not just outrage, but ACTION.” —Medea Benjamin, activist and author.

“David Swanson despises war and lying, and unmasks them both with rare intelligence. I learn something new on every page.” —Jeff Cohen, activist and author.

“Swanson’s book is far more uplifting and inspiring than virtually any other book in its genre, as it devotes itself to laying out a detailed plan for how American citizens—through the activism to which he has devoted himself—can bring about a rejuvenation of our political values.” —Glenn Greenwald, author.
“David Swanson is the most consistently great writer of this generation.” —Jean Athey, activist.

“David Swanson is an antidote to the toxins of complacency and evasion. He insists on rousing the sleepwalkers, confronting the deadly prevaricators and shining a bright light on possibilities for a truly better world.” —Norman Solomon, activist and author.

“I am always impressed and inspired by David’s prolific energy and I admire his unwavering opposition to all war, not just the ones started or continued by Republicans.” —Cindy Sheehan, activist and author.

“David Swanson writes like he talks; that is to say, in clear, sharp language that gets to the root of the issue, but in a very personal way…as if you are having a one-on-one conversation with him.” —Leah Bolger, activist.
 

 

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