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Investigative reporter Jeremy Scahill has done a good job of researching his book.
In his new book, Jeremy Scahill traces the explosive growth of Blackwater, USA, a private and secretive mercenary company based in the backwaters of North Carolina.
With the background out of the way, I'm sorry to say that this is just not that good a book.
ok book I found it was the same thing written over and over again enjoyed his other book dirty wars morePublished 18 days ago by karen Mandracchia
Interesting insight to the murky world of military contractors, at times tends to lose the thread. A typical journalists endeavour. overall a good readPublished 21 days ago by Anirban
You don't need ~500 pages to say what this author is trying to say.
The author really showed his intension as summarized by this statement on page 443, " Blackwater... Read more
Before commenting on a political book I think one should first say something about their own political leanings. I'm a social liberal but a fiscal conservative. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Darrell Hodges
A good book to understand the relationship between the gov and the private sector. The author could cut a lot of useless information and he regards some concepts, like free-market,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brunno S.
The right-wing extremists conspired the Iraq war and right back until the red scare of the 50's. Viva la revolucione. Disband the standing army ,we are minute men.Published 1 month ago by SimonPaff