Freeing the world to death: essays on the American empire

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Common Courage Press, 2005 - History - 314 pages
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This collection of biting essays written by William Blum includes some previously published ones and several written exclusively for this book. Among them: "The Bombing of PanAm Flight 103: Case Not Closed" "Cuban Political Prisoners . . . in the United States" "What do the Imperial Mafia Want in Iraq?" "Myth and Denial in the War Against Iraq." "Hiroshima: Needless Slaughter, Useful Terror" "Hostages in Peru: Their Terrorists, our Freedom Fighters" "The Myth of America's Booming Economy" "A New Yorker Trapped in Los Angeles" "Treason: None Dare Call it Nothing" William Blum is the author of the monumental reference work, Killing Hope: CIA and Military Intervention since World War II and Rogue State, a Guide to the World's Only Superpower.

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William Blum's latest book is "Freeing the World To Death: Essays on the American Empire." He lives in Washington, DC.

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