Year of the Rat: How Bill Clinton and Al Gore Compromised U.S. Security for Chinese Cash

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Regnery Publishing, Sep 1, 2000 - Political Science - 314 pages
Exposes the corruption of President Clinton and Vice-President Al Gore, who covered up germ warfare activities, failed to halt Russian military sales to China, and overlooked Chinese criminal activity in return for campaign funds.
 

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The Year of the Rat

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A wellwritten welldocumented account of how the ClintonGore administration was further corrupted by its dealings with Chinese government proxies. The tragedy is that based on the information provided ... Read full review

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There are photographs in this book of the graphic aftermath of the June 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. Not nearly as disturbing as the documentation of the selling out of America's national security to China by the Clinton/Gore administration. Chilling. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER TWO Lippo and the Riadys
7
CHAPTER THREE John Huang the Magician
23
CHAPTER FOUR Hie Week That Was I
43
CHAPTER SIX The Week That Was II
61
CHAPTER SEVEN Women of the China
71
CHAPTER EIGHT A Tale of Three Cities
87
CHAPTER NINE Charlie Trie
107
CHAPTER TEN Penetrating the System
123
CHAPTER ELEVEN Appeasement at Any Cost
135
CHAPTER TWELVE Milspace
159
CHAPTER THIRTEEN Red China Blue Waters
187
CHAPTER FOURTEEN The Communists Go Capitalist
205
CHAPTER FIFTEEN Conclusion
215
NOTES
269
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