None Dare Call it Stolen
Ohio, The Election and America's Servile Press
by Mark Crispin Miller

The story the media was afraid to touch. The story of how the "Right" stole the 2004 election and how they'll steal the next one too (unless we stop them).

Unabridged Download / Single User
ISBN: 0-9778965-4-4

Read by Mark Crispin Miller
Includes an interview with the author.

Media critic and political commentator Mark Crispin Miller reveals the evidence of widespread corruption in the 2004 presidential election in Ohio. This corruption--consisting of thousands of little frauds--appears to be the future Republican electoral strategy. The undeniable conclusion is that Bush and the Republicans stole the election--and if we don't expose this theft, it will happen again. This audio is an unabridged reading of the Harper article, "None Dare Call It Stolen," which was excerpted from the book, Fooled Again, published by Basic Books in the Fall of 2005.


Mark Crispin Miller is a professor of media studies at New York University and the author of Fooled Again, The Bush Dyslexicon and Cruel and Unusual: Bush/Cheney's New World Order. He has appeared on Frontline, The PBS Newshour, The O'Reilly Factor, Washington Journal, and Bill Moyers' The Public Mind, and is a regular commentator on Air America, appearing often on "Morning Sedition" and "The Al Franken Show."


"There was indeed something rotten in the state of Ohio in 2004. Whether by intent or negligence, authorities took actions that prevented many thousands of citizens from casting votes and having them counted. The irregularities were sufficiently widespread to call into question Bush's margin of victory. This was not a fair election, and it deserves the scrutiny skeptics have brought to it." --Mother Jones

"Mark Crispin Miller's Fooled Again is a jeremiad aimed at the heart of the national Republican machine. But it's also a work of original reporting that in the end amounts to a solid case for Republican theft of the 2004 presidential election... Fooled Again may well describe the endgame that lead to single-party dominance through the next generation." --Chicago Reader

"Miller is right. The electoral system is not a criminal case, and you don't have to prove that Bush stole the election beyond a shadow of a doubt in order to eradicate all doubts you may have about the race. And he's right too, that we should have had a serious investigation into the flaws in the last election, and that those flaws--and the flaws we see every year--should prompt politicians to fix the entire electoral system before the next big race."