Endless Enemies: The Making of an Unfriendly World

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Penguin Books, 1986 - Business & Economics - 434 pages
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Addresses the problems with American foreign policy, examining the ramifications and costs of current, fear-based policies and explaining how a refusal to take sides can benefit the United States

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An absolute Must Read for anyone interested in American foreign policy. Thorough, and sometimes a bit dense, this book will open your eyes to America's role in the world. Read full review

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An absolute Must Read for anyone interested in American foreign policy. Thorough, and sometimes a bit dense, this book will open your eyes to America's role in the world. Read full review

Contents

A World of Troubles i
1
The Bankers the Businessmen and the Lawyers
8
Friends in Foreign Lands
31
Copyright

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