TSOG: The Thing That Ate the Constitution
|Author||Robert Anton Wilson|
|Illustrator||Linda Joyce Franks|
|Cover artist||Linda Joyce Franks|
|Subjects||Current affairs, American politics|
|Publisher||New Falcon Publications|
TSOG: The Thing That Ate the Constitution is a book by Robert Anton Wilson published in 2002. 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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