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Devil's Game: How the United States Helped Unleash Fundamentalist Islam (American Empire Project) Paperback – October 3, 2006
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“Eye-opening, original, and important.” ―Chalmers Johnson, author of The Sorrows of Empire
“Crisp, lively . . . Provides a concise and readable account of the evolution of America's partnerships with radical Islamic groups and regimes.” ―The American Conservative
About the Author
Robert Dreyfuss, who covers national security for Rolling Stone, has written extensively on Iraq and the war on terrorism for The Nation, The American Prospect, and Mother Jones. A frequent contributor to NPR, MSNBC, CNBC, and many other broadcast outlets, he lives in Alexandria, Virginia.
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Most americans are students of history about ten minutes old, too bad.
What happened on 9/11 and what is happening now in the middle east is our Frankenstein.
I felt like I was back in college reading another text on global ecopolitics. I would be surprised if the book was not required reading for some classes.
The author is generally even handed in my opinion. The book did a good job of helping me understand the history and complexities of fundamental Islam as it is forced to interface with capitalism. This is not an easy subject to tackle.
Most of us will wish that Bush had read this book. Some of us wish that Bush had read anything of significance related to the complexities of dealing with often unstable regimes that happen to be sitting on most of the worlds oil supply. This didn't slow down Bush and Company a bit. They just decided to take it because they "needed it."
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