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An excellent look at the total confusion that was a hallmark of the Bush years. If you had connections, if you went to the right schools, if you donated to the Party, if you... Read morePublished 2 months ago by R.L.D.
I read this book because a close relative of mine, who lived in the “Emerald City” during the time described in the book, highly recommended me to read. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gerardo Bruno Lopez
Excellent read. Rich, specific details inform historical story telling.Published 4 months ago by Daniel Hawkins
Really opened my eyes to our government during the Bush administration. I have been checking the info out and it squares with the book.Published 5 months ago by Stephen Brockwell
I thought this summed up the Iraq era very well and it is scathing....but all covered by facts that seem pretty much incontrovertible.Published 9 months ago by J. Williams
Astounding insight into the arrogance, stupidity, cronyism and staggering incompetence on a global scale that was the US invasion of Iraq and the failed attempt at nation building... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Zachary King
Much recommended reading for politicians, policy makers and warmongers. Lessons learned from an era of mistakes not to be repeatedPublished 10 months ago
Graphic description of the classic American folly- second Vietnam. Policy makers ignorant of history and culture. Very sad story!Published 11 months ago by Joel Silverstein