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Add “Best-Selling Author” to US Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri.
The Republican, who recently released “The Tyranny of Big Tech,” reportedly has some release success ahead of him.
Hawley’s abolition of Silicon Valley was ranked sixth on Publishers Weekly’s last list of hardcover non-fiction books, with more than 20,000 copies sold.
The book also ranked 15th in Amazon’s Top 20 Best Selling and Most Read Books of the Week.
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The results appear to be a turnaround from January when the publisher Simon & Schuster canceled plans to publish Hawley’s book – a decision Hawley described as a “direct attack on the first change.”
“Simon & Schuster is terminating my contract because I represented my constituents and had a Senate debate about the electoral integrity they are now redefining as riot,” Hawley wrote at the time.
The publisher said it chose not to publish Hawley’s book because “it posed a dangerous threat” – a reference to the January 6th Uprising in the US Capitol.
A popular photo of Hawley holding a fist in the direction of the Capitol crowd had helped link him to the day of the destruction in Washington, DC
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The conservative publisher Regnery Publishing took over the rights to the book after Simon & Schuster withdrew.
In the book, Hawley compares today’s technology titans to the robber barons of the past – and warns that American freedoms are at stake if the economic giants are allowed to continue to gain economic and political power.