Broken America

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iUniverse, 2006 - Всего страниц: 272
Broken America is an iconoclastic look at the administration of George W. Bush. Author David Cooper takes an in-depth look at the difference between the Bush administration's rhetoric and what their policies actually are regarding many of the most important issues of the day. Using the words of the most powerful people in government themselves, Cooper discovers:
  • The real reason for the Iraq invasion
  • Whether or not the intelligence was simply faulty
  • Why there is not now and never has been an 'exit strategy"
  • How the Bush administration 'supports" the troops
  • Who's benefiting from the privatization of America
  • Why the administration is desperately attempting to place themselves above the law

Broken America also examines the importance and the breakdown of the free press and draws some disturbing and controversial comparisons to history. Broken America is for anyone who wants to cast an informed ballot in 2006.

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Introduction
1
The Real Reason for War with Iraq
16
Making the Case for War as per RAD
30
U S A Inc
60
From Timber and Logging to the Automotive
80
Big Pharmaceutical and the FDA
92
Agribusiness Corporate Farming and
107
Banking and the Credit Card Industry
119
Its Your Money Right?
133
Social Security Crises? A Solution in search of
147
The Morals of Compassionate Conservatism
165
Where Are We Going?
190
Post Script
211
Notes
217
Index
235
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