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Recalling the classic warnings against militarism, from George Washington's farewell address to Dwight Eisenhower's denunciation of the military-industrial complex, Johnson explores the trend of militarism that is bankrupting the United States and creating conditions for a new century of virulent blowback.
©2004 Chalmers Johnson (P)2007 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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A must read.

A must read for anyone who cares about the coup and the imminent destruction of America. The jihadis have won.

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A book for anti militarist conservatives too

Loved it. Was sad to see it end. Glad there is 2 more to hear from Chalmers Johnson

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the more you know. this book will open your eyes.

love it. is was tremendously amazing. this story ufff wao. unbelievable . you need to read it

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  • Lucy
  • St. Petersburg, Russia
  • 08-13-13

Easily Forgotten

This was well read but largely forgettable. I finished it perhaps a week ago, and honestly couldn't tell you much about it.

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