The author provides an incredible amount of documentation to back up the book.
While Bovard sometimes loses his cool and isn't always levelheaded, he raises some very troubling questions here about who the tyrants really are.
This author does an excellent job of exposing the dangers to citizens from the PATRIOT ACT.
James Bovard is an excellent (contrarian) investigative journalist, and he writes yet another scathing book about governmental excesses here. Read morePublished 19 months ago by applewood
There can be no other book that concisely describes how America has been changed from a free society in to a Police State by the Executive Branch of government sponsoring terrorism... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Bruce D. Thomson
James Bovard's "Lost Rights" was very influential in the formation of my political ideology, yet after 9/11 I fell into the trap he repeatedly decries in "Terrorism and Tyranny":... Read morePublished on March 22, 2008 by Christopher R
This book is the best,most complete book on the subject of recent American foreign policy and the war on terror. A keen critique on Bush's domestic policy also.
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I have read all of James Bovard's books and consider James the most thorough objective investigative journalist on the planet. Read morePublished on February 11, 2007 by Dr. Robert Ingram Powell
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"When you see the photos of corpses of young children being dragged from the Qana, Lebanon rubble, remember: These are not human beings. Read more
James Bovard is a bestselling libertarian author and lecturer, whose political commentary targets examples of governmental waste, failures, and abuses of power. Read morePublished on December 22, 2005 by R. Leslie Turbeville
I really wish I could give this book five stars. It treats the most important political issue in the United States, the war on terrorism, arguing one side of the question, "Is it... Read morePublished on June 16, 2005 by Walter Nissen
Critiques from the left sometimes fall on deaf ears and this fully exposed portrait of the exploitations of the war on terror by a libertarian is compellinng and doesn't sound much... Read morePublished on July 3, 2004 by John C. Landon