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now that the bottom has fallen out of the oil market,
we're asked to believe that we'll have more peace and fewer wars???
So why did Obama pursue war? Read more
Reading this book in 2015 is illuminating. In many ways it provides a background for the actions of the Obama administration: higher CAFE requirements, reduced dependency on Saudi... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Anders Johansen
This book goes a long way to explain why we are involved in our endless wars in the Middle East. A must read for intelligent people.Published 13 months ago by Judith Johnson
Title says it a and presents a good case for our wars are that of aquisition and not what they idealized for.Published 18 months ago by Nathan Edward Thomas
An eye-opening book on how American policies have affected the world.Published on July 14, 2014 by Alvey
Great analysis of the recent global events that shock the oil market, the world and global conflict. Unbiased terrific journalism!Published on February 12, 2014 by John D Stone
The author through the entire book makes very clear the fact that the US industry and so, therefore the whole economic system. Read morePublished on July 24, 2013 by Aldo Gómez