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Winner of the Vital Economics Book Prize 2008-2012; GovernorsLibrary.org Press Release July 4, 2009

Winner of the Vital Economics Book Prize 2008-2012; GovernorsLibrary.org Press Release July 4, 2009

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Commentary / announcement / citation about exemplary authorship and scholarship. The fifth 2008-2012 Vital Literary Prize (*) was announced effective July 4, 2009.

The GovernorsLibrary.org presents the Vital Economics Book Prize(*), 2008-2012, to:

Dead Aid: Destroying the Biggest Global Myth of Our Time, by Dambisa Moyo, (pub.: Allen Lane, 2008, isbn: 978-1846140068, 208 pp.).

Dr. Dambisa Moyo’s analysis, if implemented, will "think locally and act globally."

A former World Bank consultant and graduate of Oxford University, Dr. Moyo's work rocks the popular philanthropic notion that Africa needs an unbridled stream of frantic financial aid.

Dr. Moyo's thesis that billions of dollars of gifts is stifling local entrepreneurs; creating and maintaining cruel fascist dictators, challenges the status quo of the post Vatican II social and economic justice brainwashing program conducted by Washington and the United Nations, exposed by the 2008-2012 GovernorsLibrary.org triple crown winner, A Still Small Voice by John Fritz and Gayle E. Slaughter (Vital Author Prize, Vital Book Prize, Vital History Book Prize).

The Conservator also cites Dr. Moyo's sequel work entitled “Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa,” (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2009, 208 pp., isbn: 978-0374139568) which also advances her ideas for new African investment derivatives, micro loans to individual entrepreneurs, and fair property legislation to help turn the tide for Africa.

The Vital Legacy Book Prize, 2008-2012 for The Political Zoo, by Dr. Michael Savage with a humorous exposé of contemporary political charlatans and puppet-buffoons, perfectly complements the most prestigious titular literary awards suite in the world, the Vital Literary Prizes.

With the close of the 2008-2012 honors, we can take-in the deeply serious facts found in the works of Fritz, Slaughter, and Moyo; and, a much needed comic relief with the equally valuable scholarship of Savage whose wit preserves important facets of our political legacy while exposing those who helped bring us to this historical era of globalism.

Recommendations for the 2012-2016 prizes are being accepted at GovernorsLibrary.org.

The Conservator has already begun making official nominations.

* Disclaimer: Winning books constitute the First Amendment political commentary of the Conservator / Administrator of GovernorsLibrary.org and does not imply endorsement of political opinions held by the authors; nor does it imply endorsement of nor acceptance of the award by the book publisher nor author.
Commentary / announcement / citation about exemplary authorship and scholarship. The fifth 2008-2012 Vital Literary Prize (*) was announced effective July 4, 2009.

The GovernorsLibrary.org presents the Vital Economics Book Prize(*), 2008-2012, to:

Dead Aid: Destroying the Biggest Global Myth of Our Time, by Dambisa Moyo, (pub.: Allen Lane, 2008, isbn: 978-1846140068, 208 pp.).

Dr. Dambisa Moyo’s analysis, if implemented, will "think locally and act globally."

A former World Bank consultant and graduate of Oxford University, Dr. Moyo's work rocks the popular philanthropic notion that Africa needs an unbridled stream of frantic financial aid.

Dr. Moyo's thesis that billions of dollars of gifts is stifling local entrepreneurs; creating and maintaining cruel fascist dictators, challenges the status quo of the post Vatican II social and economic justice brainwashing program conducted by Washington and the United Nations, exposed by the 2008-2012 GovernorsLibrary.org triple crown winner, A Still Small Voice by John Fritz and Gayle E. Slaughter (Vital Author Prize, Vital Book Prize, Vital History Book Prize).

The Conservator also cites Dr. Moyo's sequel work entitled “Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa,” (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2009, 208 pp., isbn: 978-0374139568) which also advances her ideas for new African investment derivatives, micro loans to individual entrepreneurs, and fair property legislation to help turn the tide for Africa.

The Vital Legacy Book Prize, 2008-2012 for The Political Zoo, by Dr. Michael Savage with a humorous exposé of contemporary political charlatans and puppet-buffoons, perfectly complements the most prestigious titular literary awards suite in the world, the Vital Literary Prizes.

With the close of the 2008-2012 honors, we can take-in the deeply serious facts found in the works of Fritz, Slaughter, and Moyo; and, a much needed comic relief with the equally valuable scholarship of Savage whose wit preserves important facets of our political legacy while exposing those who helped bring us to this historical era of globalism.

Recommendations for the 2012-2016 prizes are being accepted at GovernorsLibrary.org.

The Conservator has already begun making official nominations.

* Disclaimer: Winning books constitute the First Amendment political commentary of the Conservator / Administrator of GovernorsLibrary.org and does not imply endorsement of political opinions held by the authors; nor does it imply endorsement of nor acceptance of the award by the book publisher nor author.

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From: Date: Embargo: RE: • • • GovernorsLibrary.org July 4, 2009 None, for immediate release Vital Economics Book Prize 2008-2012 has been awarded For exemplary works of nonfiction or commentary. The Vital Literary Prizes are the most prestigious contemporary titular literary awards in the world.

More Info: GovernorsLibrary.org Commentary in Announcement / Citation of Exemplary Authorship and Scholarship The GovernorsLibrary.org awards the Vital Economics Book Prize† to: Dead Aid: Destroying the Biggest Global Myth of Our Time, by Dambisa Moyo, (pub.: Allen Lane, 2008, ISBN: 978-1846140068, 208 pp.). Dr. Dambisa Moyo’s analysis, if implemented, will "think locally and act globally." A former World Bank consultant and graduate of Oxford University, Dr. Moyo's work rocks the popular philanthropic notion that Africa needs an unbridled stream of frantic financial aid. Dr. Moyo's thesis that billions of dollars of gifts is stifling local entrepreneurs; creating and maintaining cruel fascist dictators, challenges the status quo of the post Vatican II social and economic justice brainwashing program conducted by Washington and the United Nations, exposed by the 2008-2012 GovernorsLibrary.org triple crown winner, A Still Small Voice by John Fritz and Gayle E. Slaughter (Vital Author Prize, Vital Book Prize, Vital History Book Prize). The Vital Legacy Book Prize, 2008-2012 for The Political Zoo, by Dr. Michael Savage with a humorous exposé of contemporary political charlatans and puppet-buffoons, perfectly 1 of 3

complements the most prestigious contemporary titular literary awards suite in the world, the Vital Literary Prizes. With the close of the 2008-2012 honors, we can take-in the deeply serious facts found in the works of Fritz, Slaughter, and Moyo; and, a much needed comic relief with the equally valuable scholarship of Savage whose wit preserves important facets of our political legacy while exposing those who helped bring us to this historical era of globalism. Recommendations for the 2012-2016 prizes are being accepted at GovernorsLibrary.org. The Conservator has already begun making official nominations. Thus, the Vital Literary Prize Suite† for 2008-2012 accomplishes two objectives: 1. Presents the revolution of knowledge which is the critical ingredient to spoil the global cauldron of backdoor political decisions, money laundering, and unbridled greed. Creates a virtual fellowship of elite authors whose work may, if possible, spark an intellectual and political revolution that could change the world into a true democratic society where every voice is heard, not just the elite empowered politicians working for multinational corporate bullies. Unabridged List of the 2008-2012 Vital Literary Awards† The works cited by the Vital Literary Awards for 2008-2012† are all world-class iconoclastic works that belong in the library of every citizen, college, leader, patriot, politician, and school. On Nov. 11, 2008, the GovernorsLibrary.org awarded the Vital Book Prize, Vital Author Prize, and Vital History Book Prize† to: A Still Small Voice: The Vatican, the USA, and Israel in Bible Prophecy, a trilogy, by John Fritz, M.S., and Gayle E. Slaughter, J.D., (SkybridgePress.com, 2006, 656 pages, 617 endnotes). ISBN: 9780978947002 This book can change the church-state debate forever. The authors discover, analyze, and expose a secret church-state alliance that inserts church agenda into federal, UN, state, and local public policies at taxpayer expense. One of the most vital uses of declassified national archives that we have ever seen. 2 of 3

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On Nov. 11, 2008, the GovernorsLibrary.org awarded the Vital Legacy Book Prize† to: The Political Zoo, by Michael Savage, 320 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1595550729 Some of the nation's most outspoken celebrities, political figures, and scoundrels are exposed by the witty and sometimes crass commentary of syndicated radio talk show cynic, Dr. Michael Savage (pseudonym of Dr. Weiner), memorializing a proper legacy for each, pushing the First Amendment to the cliff, then shouting about it with a megaphone; and, keeping his sanity while everyone profiled is going crazy, the author still manages to not jump off the cliff he has driven us all to. But from this cliff we have a great overview of the state of the nation. On July 4, 2009, the GovernorsLibrary.org awarded the Vital Economics Book Prize† to: Dead Aid: Destroying the Biggest Global Myth of Our Time, by Dr. Dambisa Moyo, (pub.: Allen Lane, 2008, ISBN: 978-1846140068, 208 pp.). Dr. Dambisa Moyo’s analysis, if implemented, will “think locally and act globally.” A former World Bank consultant and graduate of Oxford University, Dr. Moyo's work rocks the popular philanthropic notion that Africa needs an unbridled stream of frantic financial aid.

† Disclaimer: Winning books constitute the First Amendment political commentary of the Conservator /
Administrator of GovernorsLibrary.org and does not imply endorsement of political opinions held by the authors; nor does it imply endorsement of nor acceptance of the award by the book publisher nor author.

GovernorsLibrary.org is maintained by private funds.

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