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Indispensable Enemies: The Politics of Misrule in America (edition 1993)

by Walter Karp

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Indispensable Enemies sheds light on political power in America. The reason we no longer understand why things happen as they do has one, and only one, source. We no longer understand who really has power in America. This book is an attempt to show as clearly as possible where power lies in twentieth-century America.… (more)
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Title:Indispensable Enemies: The Politics of Misrule in America
Authors:Walter Karp
Info:Franklin Square Press (1993), Edition: 1st, Paperback, 327 pages
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Indispensable Enemies sheds light on political power in America. The reason we no longer understand why things happen as they do has one, and only one, source. We no longer understand who really has power in America. This book is an attempt to show as clearly as possible where power lies in twentieth-century America.

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