Addicted to war : why the U.S. can't kick militarism

by Joel Andreas

Paper Book, 2002


Addicted to War is a hard-hitting expose of the world's most powerful and destructive military force. It asks the question, why has the United Styates been in more recent wars than any ohter country. In answering, this illustrated guide documents those who benefit from these military escapades, those who pay and those who die. Updated to include the war on Iraq. Addicted to War is a must read for all Americans who are concerned with understanding the true nature of US foreign policy and how it affects us here at home' - Martin Sheen'


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Due April 24, 2023

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Oakland, CA : AK Press, c2002.

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LibraryThing member SquirrelTao
This slim book is a concise and readable history of American militarism in comic form. It reveals how war-dependent the American economy has become. It pulls no punches in depicting the undemocratic policies the American government has enacted in other countries, while selling wars with noble lies
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LibraryThing member FarzurHoelle
A shocking portrait of US-American militarism and its consequences, and a strong statement against war and for peace.


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