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Win an autographed copy of Dear Reader: The Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jong Il by FEE faculty member Michael Malice!

FEBRUARY 18, 2014

Refer your friends to FEE’s Spring and Summer Seminars between February 17th-28th. The top three people who submit the most referrals (who then apply for a seminar) will receive a signed copy of Dear Reader.

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No country is as misunderstood as North Korea, and no modern tyrant has remained more mysterious than the Dear Leader, Kim Jong Il. Now, celebrity ghostwriter and FEE faculty member Michael Malice pulls back the curtain to expose the life story of the "Incarnation of Love and Morality."

Taken directly from books spirited out of Pyongyang, DEAR READER is a carefully reconstructed first-person account of the man behind the mythology.

From his miraculous rainbow-filled birth during the fiery conflict of World War II, Kim Jong Il watched as his beloved Korea finally earned its freedom from the cursed Japanese. Mere years later, the wicked US imperialists took their chance at conquering the liberated nation-with devastating results. But that's only the beginning of the Dear Leader's story.

 

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