Anti-imperialism: a guide for the movement
Bookmarks, Jun 5, 2003 - Political Science - 280 pages
At a time when George Bush is promising to rain death and destruction on the Iraqi people, this primer on war and imperialism by such prominent anti-imperialist writers as Tony Benn and George Monbiot deepens our theoretical understanding of modern imperialism. Looking at the nature of U.S. imperialism, its effect on racism and civil liberties, the role of such institutions as the UN and the IMF, and the effects on such regions as Iraq, the Balkans and Israel, this is an invaluable book for all those who are increasingly concerned about the situation in the Middle East.
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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION Tariq
THE NEW IMPERIALISM Tony Benn 21 IOL AND IMPERIALISM
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