[CLOSED] Book Giveaway: Signed Copies of Amy Goodman's 'Democracy Now' | Link TV
[CLOSED] Book Giveaway: Signed Copies of Amy Goodman's 'Democracy Now'
THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ENTRIES!
In celebration of Amy Goodman's fight for press freedom and covering stories that few media outlets will report, we're giving away five copies of her latest book "Democracy Now! Twenty Years of Covering the Movements Changing America" signed by her.
You may enter once between Friday, October 21 at 9 a.m. PT and Monday. November 7 at 12 midnight PT by subscribing to the Link Letter in the form below. Winners will be drawn Tuesday, November 8 - ELECTION DAY! Click here for official rules.
And on election day, be sure to tune-in to the "Democracy Now! Election Night Coverage" on Link TV (DirectTV 375 & Dish Network 9410) Tues., Nov 8 from 4 p.m. - 9 p.m. PT featuring live updates on the election, analysis and discussions by scholars, activists, and commentators.
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