For nearly two years, Americans awaited the release of the Mueller Report, the result of 22 months of investigation into the actions of Russians and the Trump campaign surrounding the 2016 U.S. presidential election. It was a story that promised to define the politics of our time, a legal thriller and a political spy narrative wrapped into one. And when it arrived, it inspired ever more questions. Redactions aside, the Special Counsel’s report became immediately available to the public online, free of charge. Still, a day after the report’s release, two paperback versions—one with an introduction by Alan Dershowitz, an attorney and Trump acolyte, and another with a foreword and analysis from Washington Post reporters—took the top two positions on Amazon’s bestseller list.
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