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Each week, WND keeps readers up-to-date on what are currently its most popular products by presenting two best-seller lists:

  • The ShopNetDaily Best-Sellers List refers to WND’s own internal store, where we go out and purchase books and other products to offer – and in many cases we publish the books ourselves.

  • The WND Book Service is our partner store, where we are able to bring you many more titles beyond what we carry in ShopNetDaily. Either way, you’re buying from WorldNetDaily and helping support your favorite news website.

    Here then are the ShopNetDaily top sellers for Nov. 20-26:


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    1. “The Marketing of Evil”
      By David Kupelian

    2. The Pilgrim’s Progress Anniversary Edition
      By John Bunyan

    3. “Christianity and the American Commonwealth”
      By Charles B. Galloway

    4. “Every Man a Hero, Every Woman a Coach”
      By Joel Orr

    5. “Black Gold Stranglehold: The Myth of Scarcity and the Politics of Oil”
      By Jerome Corsi and Craig R. Smith

    6. “Help! Mom! There are Liberals Under My Bed”
      By Katharine DeBrecht

    7. “Michael and Me”
      By Larry Elder

    8. “Mega Fix: The Dazzling Political Deceit That Led to 9/11″
      By Jack Cashill

    9. “Character for Life: An American Heritage”
      By Don Hawkinson

    10. “Stayin’ Alive: Armed and Female in an Unsafe World “
      By Paxton Quigley

    And here are the top sellers for the WND Book Service during the same period:

    1. “Do As I Say (Not As I Do)”
      Author: Peter Schweizer

    2. “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades)”
      Author: Robert Spencer

    3. “The Heritage Guide to the Constitution”
      Author: Edwin Meese, ed.

    4. “1776″
      Author: David McCullough

    5. “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Science”
      Author: Tom Bethell

    6. “Unhinged”
      Author: Michelle Malkin

    7. “My FBI”
      Author: Louis Freeh

    8. “The New American Revolution”
      Author: Tammy Bruce

    9. “The Trivium: The Liberal Arts of Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric”
      Author: Sister Miriam Joseph Rauh

    10. “Alexander Hamilton, American”
      Author: Richard Brookhiser

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