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Mark Levin's 'Liberty Amendments' to Debut #1 on NY Times Best Seller List

By Gregory Gwyn-Williams, Jr. | August 22, 2013 | 9:56am EDT

Syndicated radio host and best-selling author, Mark Levin announced on his social media accounts that his new book, "The Liberty Amendments," will debut at the top of the September 1 New York Times best seller list.

Levin wrote on his Facebook page:

The Liberty Amendments

"THE LIBERTY AMENDMENTS will debut on the September 1 New York Times best seller list as #1 in all 3 non-fiction categories -- hardcover, e-book, and combined hardcover & e-book.  I know it pains them.  I want to thank you all!  But this is just the start.  We need to keep up the information campaign.  Ideas can be very, very powerful!"

In February of 2012, Levin's book, "Ameritopia," debuted number one on the New York Times Best Seller list in four different nonfiction categories, including hardcovers only, hardcovers and paperbacks combined, E-books, and E-books and print books combined.

"Liberty and Tyranny," which Levin released in June 2010, was number one on the Best Seller list for twelve weeks.

"Men in Black" and "Rescuing Sprite" were also NY Times best sellers.

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