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Dawn over Baghdad : how the U.S. military is using bullets and ballots to…
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"This is a close-up look at the guerilla struggle in Iraq. It is built on weeks spent re-embedded with U.S. soldiers in the most dangerous parts of the Sunni Triangle in early 2004, direct polling of Iraqis, and unmatched reporting on combat raids, interrogations, daily diplomacy, and re-construction heroics." "It follows the author's Boots on the Ground : A Month with the 82nd Airborne in the Battle for Iraq, which was the first book from an embedded reporter describing the toppling of Saddam Hussein." "Dawn Over Baghdad takes you into Iraq's urban neighborhoods, rural villages, and guerilla snake pits, and shows exactly how young American soldiers are quietly but inexorably choking off a terrorist insurrection and planting the seeds (sometimes at great personal cost) of a dramatically different Middle East. Zinsmeister brings home an insightful story missed by the major media: with the cooperation of millions of everyday Iraqis, the U.S. is gradually approaching something historic - success in a tough guerilla war."--BOOK JACKET.
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