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||Where the RIGHT went WRONG On NATIONAL SECURITY -- And the LEFT Too
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|Americans are currently living in a national
security state. Freedom, privacy, and dissent in
America are being suppressed in the name of
national security. Illegal domestic spying is
violating our civil liberties. Everyday that the
war in Iraq continues, we are sacrificing peace in
order to maintain peace.
How exactly did this happen? In his electrifying
new book, "Where the Right Went Wrong on National
Security (and the Left too), " Andre Michael
Eggelletion, author of "Thieves in the Temple,"
once more shines a spotlight on how important
decisions are made in America. He traces the rise
of our current national security state from the
passage of the National Security Act of 1947, to
the decision made to utilize Nazi war criminal
scientists after World War 11, to funding being
illegally diverted to the Contras, to Bush's
decision to invade Iraq. He takes you on a journey
into the shadowy realm of U.S. Presidential
policies on strategic petroleum reserves, and
reveals how America's petroleum dependence has
cost more than we bargained for. Step by step,
Eggelletion exposes how we have become a nation
that can justify any aggressive act-against other
countries or against our own citizens-as necessary
to preserve national security.
"Where the Right Went Wrong" is a book no
concerned American can afford to ignore. Once
more, Mr. Eggelletion has led the way in
unflinching examination of our political system.
It is time all Americans followed his path.