Author and Free Press co-founder John Nichols in Chicago, Sept. 29

Posted by Mitchell - September 24, 2004 (entry 234)

After the CAN TV funding ordinance comes to a vote on Wednesday morning, you can spend Wednesday evening with John Nichols, correspondent with The Nation, and co-founder of the media activist organization Free Press.

Place: Barbara's Bookstore, 1218 South Halsted St.
Date: Wednesday, September 29
Time: 7pm

John is going on a national tour to promote his latest book, Dick: The Man Who Is President. The book is a call to arms on media issues, even though it is the first biography of our president vice-president. Be sure to check the book out.

John has kindly provided CMA with an excerpt of his new book.

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