Every thinking American should understand the difference between them.
Mr Prestowitz brings decades worth of experience in international trade and foreign relations to give us a clear view of history and how others in the world see us.
Both books should be read by every American and used as texts in our schools.
It's ok but slow, and a little dated already. I enjoyed his book about Japan, an even older one, but never finished this one.Published 8 months ago by Kindle Customer
Even the most stupid or odious can say a thing that is clever, true, and even wise. For example, hitler wrote that "armies are raised to make war, and a truer, wiser thing has... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dan
It is pretty easy to find books that trash American foreign policy. It is rare to get a perspective from someone like Prestowitz, who should, considering his background and... Read morePublished 14 months ago by kurtthinkingman
Clyde Prestowitz' "Rogue Nation" makes for sad reading. It is a veritable compendium of the heavy-handed policies the US has been using around the world to get its way, politically... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Sarmanar
The author of this book served in the federal government during the Reagan administration in several capacities that involved him in the development and execution of US foreign... Read morePublished on September 24, 2008 by Newton Ooi
essential reading for those who seek an answer for the above question.Published on April 4, 2007 by Faruk Ekmekci
Coming from the conservative corner of the American Politics it was quite a surprise! The author starts in a way where I was not sure where he wants to take me, but from about the... Read morePublished on January 11, 2007 by Ian Deskrock
I used to think I was a conservative, and then conservatism was taken over by bigots, brats, and blood-thirsty lunatics. It was frankly embarrassing. Read morePublished on June 8, 2006 by Wyote
Describes how America's image abroad has lost its luster. Notable for range of issues covered, balance, and side by side portrayal of discrepancies between domestic and foreign... Read morePublished on February 26, 2006 by Grumpy Pants