Accuracy in Media

WASHINGTON, December 7, 2009 – In Voodoo Anyone? How to Understand Economics Without Really Trying, journalist and educator Christopher T. Warden shows how markets work and what happens when they are bypassed.  Warden passed away in January of 2009; Voodoo Anyone? is being published posthumously by Accuracy in Academia.

“This is a book that’s long been needed — and is needed nowadays more than ever… As the reader of these pages will discover, [Warden] had a knack for putting complicated things in everyday language, using anecdotes and familiar examples that made his points in forceful, clear, and frequently humorous fashion,” wrote M. Stanton Evans, author & contributing editor to Human Events, in the foreword for Voodoo.

Written as a textbook for college students, consumers, CEOs, politicians and journalists, Voodoo Anyone? shows how government intervention, not failed markets, caused the major financial crises of our time.

Voodoo Anyone? How to Understand Economics Without Really Trying is available at ShopAIM.org, and is also available at Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle editions.

Publication details:
Accuracy in Academia, November 2009
Paperback, 102 pages
ISBN-10: 0967665892
ISBN-13: 978-0967665894
Retail price: $9.95

Christopher T. Warden was a tenured journalism professor at Troy University in Alabama, a noted conservative journalist and an opinion columnist for the Troy Messenger. Mr. Warden served for many years as the editorial-page editor of Investor’s Business Daily. Before joining IBD, he ran The National Journalism Center. He also worked as a radio news reporter and served as a press secretary on Capitol Hill. He graduated with a BA in English from the University of Virginia and received a Masters in Journalism from American University. Mr. Warden passed away on January 4, 2009, from a life-long battle with hemophilia.

Accuracy in Academia is a non-profit higher education watchdog group that monitors whether students are receiving a balanced education.  AIA was founded in 1985 as a division of press watchdog Accuracy in Media.  For more information, please visit www.academia.org.

For more information or to request a review copy, contact Sarah Schaerr Norton at (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or (202) 364-4401 ext. 107.

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