- Unknown Binding: 36 pages
- Publisher: Sacred Truth Publishing (2010)
- ASIN: B004HMT1IY
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (292 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,479,057 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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War Is a Racket Unknown Binding – 2010
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Here, General Butler explains the actual motivations for 'fighting for the USA' beyond the USA's borders and shores. The reader will learn how big business, hand-in-hand with government, is often the reason we get into wars outside our own country.
An extremely interesting book, complex yet clearly written, "War is a Racket" is relevant to today's situation and will help you understand how we choose our overseas fights and why we fight them.
-- JJ Timmins
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I give this short book 5 stars. It is old but eye opening. It shows that war only profit a few.Published 1 day ago by Edgardo N.
This is a 36 page waste of money.
The actual book is around 224 pages. Totally falsely advertised.
One of the best pamphlets ever written. Stay true to yourself. Rely on no man. Ever. Semper Fidelis General.......Semper Fi.Published 23 days ago by Booyah!
If you don't know about Smedley Butler, the most decorated general of his day, you should read this and his biography. He led troops in China, Cuba, S America, and WWI. Read morePublished 29 days ago by C. Eash
Short, not particularly eloquent, but factual and credible, especially considering the source. It is not something people don't know about, but the apathy regarding it is profound.Published 1 month ago by Reshoun Coverson
Much better president than progressive Teddy, FDR and Truman.
Hasn't changed much...
We need more like him, if that is possible...
Eye-opening book for many veterans. It's all about the money. Governments including the United States to not care about sending it's young off to war for the Mighty Dollar. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Zoni
This book is priceless and should MANDATORY reading for all high school students. We have put our nation into debt to provide to enrich a few and kill millions due to false... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jim Reinhart
Gen. Smedley got right to the nitty-gritty truth about the economics of getting rich supplying the military with its weaponry and gadgets, citing actual profits of many US... Read morePublished 3 months ago by AKKelly