Nobel Laureate George W. Bush?

Sanhita SinhaRoy

Former Vice President Al Gore received his Nobel Peace Prize on Monday. (Read excerpts of his acceptance speech.)The next day, in a surprising move, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 to revoke the Nobel and award it to George W. Bush instead. Justices cited peace in Florida's electoral process as the reason for their decision.

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Sanhita SinhaRoy, managing editor of American Libraries magazine, is a former managing editor of In These Times and a former copy editor of Playboy. (Yes, she did read it for the articles.)
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