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As China has emerged as a major global power, interest has risen in its possible threats to American omnipotence. Written in 2000 by Washington Free Beacon journalist Bill Gertz, The China Threat attempts to build a case for China as an increasing menace to the United States, using research and exclusive sources to show China's ties to anti-American terrorism. Alan Robertson gives a highly entertaining performance with a slightly sinister edge - reminiscent of the narration of an '80s Cold War thriller - that can easily unnerve any listener prone to Gertz's reportage.

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One of the most respected national reporters in the field, Gertz examines the still-looming threat of China to the United States, including espionage, military escalation, economic warfare, and diplomatic treachery.

©2000 Bill Gertz (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Bill Clinton (and the left in general) hates America and sold us out to China!

Lucky you! I just saved you 8+ hours of hard core right wing propaganda.............your welcome.