Best Selling Political Author Patrick Wood Launches 'The August Review,' a World Affairs Journal

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SPOKANE, WA - May 31 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- The August Corporation ( today announced the launch of "The August Review," a world affairs journal edited by bestselling author and former SEC investment advisor Patrick M. Wood. "The August Review," an Internet-exclusive, subscription-only publication, focuses on the global elite in politics and business.

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"The nucleus for this research juggernaut was created with great care and difficulty 25 years ago," said Patrick Wood, editor of "The August Review." "With the launch of 'The August Review,' we are recreating that exhaustive and admirable effort using professional sources now available on the Internet. Back then, we were the only scholastic critique of the elitist Trilateral Commission, and we intend to continue and expand on that position today."

The Review's premiere issue called "For Sale, The United States of America," compares the declining state of American finances to the rapid ascendancy of global corporations. Other articles include a feature on the outsourcing of U.S. jobs and an expose revealing who is really behind President Bush's Social Security privatization plan. Subscriptions to "The August Review" are available on the website for $9.95 per month.

Patrick M. Wood founded The August Corporation in 1975 and began publishing activities in 1978. Wood was the publisher of "The Trilateral Observer," which he co-edited with Professor Antony Sutton, formerly a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution for War, Peace and Revolution at Stanford University. Wood became the leading authority on the elitist Trilateral Commission in the 1970's and 1980's, and appeared on over 200 radio and TV shows including a 3 hour long debate on Larry King with then Executive Director of the Trilateral Commission, Charles Heck.

Patrick Wood and Professor Sutton co-authored two books, "Trilaterals Over Washington, Volume I," and "Trilaterals Over Washington, Volume II." Both books became instant bestsellers and were frequently used as textbooks in political science classes in colleges and universities nationwide. Both books are available in a full-text, online format to subscribers of "The August Review."

For more information please visit: or contact Cherie Mohr of The August Corporation, (208) 712-0170, cmohr @

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