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Each of these books is well written and well worth reading.
Reading the book does give you a good view of one man's opinion of what's happening and it is certainly something that we should keep in mind.
Like Britain, we can forfeit empire and retain democracy, or like Rome we can hold on to empire and lose our democracy.
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 23 days 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 2 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 2 months ago by Adele Roof
If you really want to know what America is really about, read all of Chalmers Johnson's books. He explains in detail how we started our empire, how we got to the point where we are... Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. Denton
After WW II the U.S. chose the path of empire. Empires extend and maintain their influence by building military bases all over the world in other countries. This is why the U.S. Read morePublished 10 months ago by John Cosmides
Anyone who gives this book a 1-star rating has either not read it, or is hopelessly caught in the web of militarism and phony patriotism that permeate American society and culture. Read morePublished 12 months ago by TLR
I got sick of the liberal drivel that is spread throughout this book like a freshly fertilized field. So obvious is the bias that is nauseating. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ernest
If you are anti USA foreign policy you will not put this book down until you are done...if you are a fan of Noam Chomsky or Robert Fisk....you need to read Chalmers Johnson !!!!!!!Published 13 months ago by Jamie Michael Norris