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Dreaming War: Blood for Oil and the Cheney-Bush Junta (2002)

by Gore Vidal

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It's dangerous to disagree with Vidal because he ends up being correct a large percentage of the time. He was a wicked sense of satiric humor, too. ( )
  ostrom | Nov 29, 2007 |
Gore Vidal says pretty much what Chomsky and Zinn and the other progressives say. But he says it with such a pure anger and sharp wit that it sticks with you for a long time afterward.
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Offers a series of essays analyzing the development of United States foreign policy and criticizing the country's role in the world, its intervention in other lands, and the domestic impact of such policies.

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