Despite a medianbrownout, tliis boolcnfought its way ontontlie bestseller lists.nAnd when J;OU read what itnreveals about Teddy andnChappaquiddick, youll see why.nRay Kerrison explains it edl in his New YorknPost column:n”The biggest surprise — and scandal — of the publishingnseason is the public’s extraordinary demandnfor a book exposing Sen. Edward Kennedy’s fatalnescapade at Chappaquiddick, despite a review blackoutnby the nation’s media giants.nThis book is titled Senatorial Privilege: ThenChappaquiddick Cover-Up (Regnery Gateway,n$21.95). Written by Leo Damore, it made the NewnYork Times non-fiction best-se^er list yesterday fornthe eighth straight week.nYet the . . . Washington Post, Los Angeles Times,nBoston Globe, Time and Newsweek have all boycottednit.nThe media blackout is all the more suspiciousnbecause Damore’s account is a meticulousnexamination of what happened at the bridge and thenaftermath. It was written with the cooperation ofnJoseph Gargan, a Kennedy cousin, who wasninvolved in the nightmare. . . .nDamore’s book leaves no doubt that: a) Kennedy leftnthe party for a romantic interlude; b) he was drunk;nc) he drove off the bridge at considerable speed; andnd) his license had expired five months earlier.nIt discloses how Ted Sorenson, President John F.nKennedy’s speechwriter, drafted Sen. Kennedy’s fictitiousnexplanation of the tragedy for a national TVnaudience.”nPeople Magazine shares the enthusiasm:n”An achievement of reportorial diligence, this bookntells a story that the most imaginative crime novelistnwould have been hard put to invent. It is a tale ofndeath, intrigue, obstruction of justice, corruption andnpolitics. It is also one view of why Sen. Edward M.nKennedy was never indicted in connection with MarynJo Kopechne’s death . . . readers will find it hard tonput down.”nAdds the Wall Street Journal:n”Absorbing and definitive account . . . Damore . . .nis a disciplined and relentless writer who makes hisncase more devastating because he never steps backnand editorializes. Each falsehood, blunder and evasionnis in tight focus. . .”nHow to get this $21.95 bestseller FREE •nHow the Club WorksnEvery 4 weeks (13 times a year) you get a free copy of the Qub Bulletin which offers younthe Featured Selection plus a good choice of Alternates—all of interest to conservatives.n* IfyouwanttheFeaturedSelection, do nothing, it will come automatically. * If youndon’t want the Featured Selection, or you do want an Alternate, indicate your wishes onnthe handy card enclosed with your Bulletin and return it by the deadline date. •* Thenmajority of Qub books will be offered at 20 -50% discounts, plus a charge for shippingnand handling, -k As soon as you buy and pay for 3 books at regular Club prices, yournmembership may be ended at any time, either by you or by the Club. * If you evernreceive a Featured Selection without having had 10 days to decide if you want it, you maynreturn it at Club expense for full credit. * Good service. No computers! * The Club willnoffer regular Superbargains, mostly at 70-90% discounts plus shipping and handling.nSuperbar_gains do NOT count toward fulfilling your Club obligation, but do enable younto buy fine books at giveaway prices. * Only one membership per household.nCONSERViMlVE if!! BOOK CLUBn15 OAKLAND AVENUE • HARRISON, N.Y. 10528nPlease accept my membership in the Club and send FREE myncopy of Leo Damore’s $21.95 bestseller. Senatorial Privilege. Inagree to buy 3 additional books at regular Club prices over thennext 18 months. I also agree to the Club rules spelled out innuus goupuii.nNamenAHrirpMnritv State ZipnnnCC U L-i 50n