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Monstering: Inside America's Policy of Secret Interrogations and Torture in the Terror War
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"Embraces the scope of the tragedy and reminds us of the cost of war." -- Errol Morris, filmmaker, Fog of War
"Monstering takes the reader into a hellish world and advances the story, disclosing revelations of power gone wrong." -- David Corn, co-author, Hubris
"Must-reading for those who seek to understand the sordid side of the terror war." -- Karen Greenberg, co-editor, The Torture Papers
"Tara McKelvey is an extraordinarily gifted writer and Monstering is an extraordinary book." -- James Bamford, author, Pretext for War
"This is a powerful account of the most shameful behavior by an American government in recent memory." -- Anthony Lewis, former New York Times columnist
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She was in a sense taking the blame for mistakes of Bush and the Neoconservatives.
England according to this book before she joined the Army she worked in a chicken processing plant where there were to many chickens to kill so they would have to throw them under the belt or something Yes she worked a night job in a chicken-processing factory Pilgrims Pride.
This women suffered from some form of mental illness she grew up in a trailer park tried to do something better so she joins the Army.
This book had a good premise I felt it did little in the way of being critical of the power structure. And I felt it was a bit condecenting todars the lower class working poor.
Some good fact like 50% of the Iraqi interpreters that were hired would have flunked a proficiency test.
Well England has a book anyway TORTURED: Lynndie England, Abu Ghraib and the Photographs that Shocked the World
This expose simply proves Republicans hate American ideals of compassion, fairness and humanity. They claim to be the party of "Jesus", but then they turn around and torture people in order to gain "intelligence". They claim to be the party of "freedom" but have no problem stepping over our rights. Neo-Cons have no respect for balance of power; rather, they desire a dictatorial, patriarchal daddy-president.
"WWJD?": not elect another radical right-wing Republican.