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Chalmers Johnson is a gifted author with impeccable credentials . His books are very well footnoted and contain multiple confirmations of
verifiable facts. Read more
When and if we make it to a civilized culture Chalmers Johnson Will be remembered as one of the good guys.Published 9 months ago by James
It makes sense in the overall sense but the point is too small and to a degree even obvious to fill such a large book just proving it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by NJ
Chalmers is brilliant at illuminating present day challenges in the light of past history. Here he does this country a huge service by enlightening us to the present danger of... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
The Book has Interesting nuggets of information about the dark side of the American empire. The author does have a noticeable bias against Republicans. Read morePublished 15 months ago by david's wife...
This book should be required reading for all Americans. It's not quite as gripping as Blowback, but it is immensely well researched and utterly compelling.Published 18 months ago by Scott E. Hendrix
Nemesis is an intelligent, comprehensive account of America's post WWII pursuit of empire, with all the problems, perhaps fatal ones, that that entails for our democracy. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Snowgoose
If I could recommend one book for our leaders to read, it would be this one. Chalmers Johnson describes the horrific costs of our imperial overreach in a way that is clear and very... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Adele Roof