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David Harsanyi, author of the new book Nanny State, compares and contrasts Publisher’s Weekly book reviews of conservative/libertarian vs. liberal books.

Surprise, surprise: “The one-sidedness of the PW reviews was inescapable.”

If anyone can find a right-leaning book that has gotten as positive a review as Franken’s Olbermann’s, or Huffington’s, let us know.

Meantime, you can help balance the bias in the publishing world by purchasing a conservative author’s book.

I’m buying Harsanyi’s book this weekend.

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