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'Daily Show' Finds that Supreme Court Sells

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'Daily Show' Finds that Supreme Court Sells

'Daily Show' Finds that Supreme Court Sells

'Daily Show' Finds that Supreme Court Sells

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The Daily Show, hosted by fake news anchor Jon Stewart, produced a satirical work called America (The Book). Eight libraries banned it, because it depicts the Supreme Court, nude. Wal-Mart also banned the book because of the fake nude shots of the nine justices. In the face of such opposition, the book's been on the best-seller list for 15 weeks.

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