What's Wrong with America?: How the Rich and Powerful Have Changed America and Now Want to Change the World
The consequences of American domestic and foreign policy on international spheres are shrewdly assessed in this clear-sighted exposeacute;. Unique reflections of the international financial markets show the extreme challenges created by the U.S.-led tactics of globalization, industry, and war. Comprehensively analyzing America's policies from a protestor's point of view, this incisive critique shows how devastating the inequalities are on a global level and how important major changes are to stability in world relations.
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