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Related fun fact from the NYTimes’ “Inside the List” column today:

The hardcover nonfiction list was dominated by sports, celebrities, conservatives and Malcolm Gladwell, who scored with “Outliers” (a holdover from 2008) and “What the Dog Saw.” Mark R. Levin’s “Liberty and Tyranny,” an anti-Obama cri de coeur, held on ­longest at No. 1 (11 weeks), with ideological backup from Michelle Malkin’s “Culture of Corruption” (six weeks in the top spot); Dick Morris’s “Catastrophe” (two weeks); Glenn Beck’s “Arguing With Idiots” (one week); and Palin’s “Going Rogue” (six weeks and counting). Elizabeth Edwards (“Resilience”) and Edward M. Kennedy (“True Compass”) led the countercharge, each lasting just one week at No. 1. Final roll call: conservatives, 26; liberals, 2; Malcolm Gladwell, 9.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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