TSOG: The Thing That Ate the Constitution

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TSOG: The Thing That Ate the Constitution
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Author Robert Anton Wilson
Country United States
Language English
Subject Current affairs, American politics
Publisher New Falcon Publications
Publication date
2002
Pages 224
ISBN 1-56184-169-2

TSOG: The Thing That Ate the Constitution is a book by Robert Anton Wilson published in 2002.[1] TSOG stands for 'Tsarist Occupational Government,' stemming from Wilson’s belief that there were strong parallels with the oppressive Tsarist government of pre-revolutionary Russia and the United States government under George W. Bush. It focuses on issues such as civil liberties, the influence of faith-based organisations on the government and the war on drugs.

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  1. ^ "Robert Anton Wilson". The Daily Telegraph (London). 13 January 2007. Retrieved 7 February 2011.