This was a very interesting read on the history of American intervention in the affairs of foreign nations. The author does a fantastic job weaving the evolution of involvement from American business men facilitate ensure monolopistic trande to coordinated efforts from the Office of the President to install anti-communist regimes.
Though I highly enjoyed this book, it is not for everyone. It holds a strong glass to the face of America, challenging the perception we have of ourselves, our history and our purpose.
Seeing the tumble down the slippary slope of intervention without proper moral/legal authority.
Michael Prichard has a commanding voice, giving an air of authority to the account.
How many time the US has stepped in without proper information and authority to do so.
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