Books by Members
Books by Anna Baltzer
- Andy Worthington Discusses the Guantánamo Hunger Strike on the BBC
- The Real Impact of U.S. Policy Towards Syria
- Strength Though Adversity
- The fundamental human rights are universal: Dr. Fai
- Child Victims of Israeli Violence
- The U.S. Recession: What's In It For You?
- American Exceptionalism Rears Its Ugly Head Again
- Abolishing War: One Last Step
- The Man Who Seeks Transparency
- Health law upheld, but health needs still unmet’: national doctors group
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Flanders is also the author of Blue Grit: Making Impossible, Improbable, and Inspirational Political Change in America (Paperback) with a foreword by Naomi Klein, and BUSHWOMEN: Tales of a Cynical Species (Verso, 2004), an expose of women in George W. Bush's Cabinet. Publisher's Weekly called Flanders' New York Times best-seller, "fierce, funny and intelligent."
She wrote on Hillary Clinton in The Contenders (Seven Stories Press, 2007) and edited The W Effect: Sexual Politics in the Age of Bush, in 2004 for the Feminist Press.
Before joining Air America when it launched in March 2004, Laura hosted the award-winning " Your Call," Monday-Friday, on public radio, KALW, 91.7 fm in San Francisco.
Flanders' TV appearances include "Lou Dobbs Tonight" and " Larry King Live " on CNN as well as "The O'Reilly Factor," and "Hannity and Colmes," (FOX News) "Washington Journal," "Donahue," "Good Morning America" and the CBC news discussion program, "CounterSpin."
Her writing appears in The Nation, Alternet, Ms. Magazine, and elsewhere and her op-ed pieces have appeared in papers including The San Francisco Chronicle.
Flanders was founding director of the Women's Desk at the media watch group, FAIR and for more than ten years she produced and hosted CounterSpin, FAIR's nationally-syndicated radio program.
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