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This book is a sobering read for anyone interested in the future of America.
These loaded terms summarize privileged powers within the U.S. that seek global military engagement in part to maintain the status quo within.
I am going to keep reading though and hopefully Bacevich will continue to enlighten us!
I don't buy many of the author's opinions. He takes events 'out of context'. There are very bad people out there that we need to confront. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Gordon Jacobson
Author showed with real examples how our policies of power projection, and especially, intervention have done us harm and squandered our monies.Published 5 days ago by Douglas W. Taylor
He writes about the same old topic. If you read one of his books you've read them all. I recommend reading one of his books and you've read them all.Published 12 days ago by Jackie Thibault
Bacevich scores a direct hit on the foundations of the American national security state with this scathing critique, and demolishes the unspoken assumptions that he believes have... Read morePublished 22 days ago by The Count
I sort of blew this book off when it was assigned to me in my "History of American Foreign Relations" class in college. I skimmed most of it and neglected the rest of it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by cody gradwell
I just read this book. It was for me a page turner Not very many books are as provoking. very good.Published 2 months ago by Eugene F. Thompson
The author does not let anyone off of the hook. Our country is in a state of crisis and we are all responsible. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dexter
Another perceptive and convincing work from Andrew Bacevich. This one argues that the U.S. military/industrial complex has become a self-propelling behemoth, which continues to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Anne Mills
A biting, incisive, take-no-prisoners, iconoclastic assault on Washington Hill by a former army colonel who gave his son to the Iraq war. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jacobite