Fooled Again, by Mark Crispin Miller, (Basic Books 2005)

Media critic and NYU professor, Mark C. Miller, takes an in-depth look at the stolen 2004 election featuring overviews of all the vote suppression, vote padding and other vote count manipulation that played such an important role in the presidential election across the country. Instead of covering the election fraud, the media seemed to do everything in it's considerable power to avoid covering the copious evidence of fraud, as well as the stories of the embattled citizen activists and third party candidates who attempted to fight back.