Roots of war

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Atheneum, 1972 - United States - 350 pages
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User Review  - sologdin - Goodreads

lays down the very plausible argument that US warmongering is very much a matter of protecting the property of US firms, especially through the imposition of authoritarians on other states. faously ... Read full review

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User Review  - Peter - Goodreads

Mostly worth reading for the first part, where Barnet examines his own people, the national security elite; where they come from, what their assumptions are. Read full review


introduction In Search of the National Interest
Bureaucratic Homicide and Imperial Expansion
The Bureaucratic Revolution

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