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We Were There: Voices of African American Veterans, from World War II to the War in Iraq Reviews

We Were There: Voices of African American Veterans, from World War II to the War in Iraq

We Were There: Voices of African American Veterans, from World War II to the War in Iraq

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The Greatest Generation meets Bloods in this revealing oral history of the unrecognized contributions of African American veterans.Award-winning journalist Yvonne Latty never bothered to find out the extent of her father’s service until it was almost too late. Inspired by his moving story — and eager to uncover the little-known stories of other black veterans, from those who served in the Second World War to the War in Iraq — Latty set about interviewing veterans of every stripe: men and women

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The Threatening Storm: The United States and Saddam’s Iraq

The Threatening Storm: The United States and Saddam’s Iraq

In The Threatening Storm, Kenneth M. Pollack, one of the worlds leading experts on Iraq, provides a masterly insiders perspective on the crucial issues facing the United States as it moves toward a new confrontation with Saddam Hussein. For the past fifteen years, as an analyst on Iraq for the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Council, Kenneth Pollack has studied Saddam as closely as anyone else in the United States. In 1990, he was one of only three CIA analysts to predict the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. As the principal author of the CIAs history of Iraqi military strategy and operations during the Gulf War, Pollack gained rare insight into the methods and workings of what he believes to be the most brutal regime since Stalinist Russia. Examining all sides of the debate and bringing a keen eye to the military and geopolitical forces at work, Pollack ultimately comes to this controversial conclusion: through our own mistakes, the perfidy of others, and Saddams cunning, the United States is left with few good policy options regarding Iraq. Increasingly, the option that makes the most sense is for the United States to launch a full-scale invasion, eradicate Saddams weapons of mass destruction, and rebuild Iraq as a prosperous and stable societyfor the good of the United States, the Iraqi people, and the entire region. Pollack believed for many years that the United States could prevent Saddam from threatening the stability of the Persian Gulf and the world through containmenta combination of sanctions and limited military operations. Here, Pollack explains why containment is no longer effective, and why other policies intended to deter Saddam ultimately pose a greater risk than confronting him now, before he gains possession of nuclear weapons and returns to his stated goal of dominating the Gulf region. It is often said that war should be employed only in the last resort, Pollack writes. I reluctantly believe that in the

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One Bullet Away: The Making of a Marine Officer
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No End in Sight: Iraq’s Descent into Chaos
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