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By: Carroll, James جيمس كارول

Language: Arabic


Translated to Arabic, «Crusade: Chronicles of an Unjust War», by James Carroll. A collection of journalistic columns documenting Bush's war on terror.

English Edition description:
A devastating indictment of the Bush administration's war policies from the bestselling author and respected moral authority.

With the words «this Crusade, this war on terror,» George W. Bush defined the purpose of his presidency. And just as promptly, James Carroll-Boston Globe columnist, son of a general, former antiwar chaplain and activist, and recognized voice of ethical authority-began a week-by-week argument with the administration over its actions. In powerful, passionate bulletins, Carroll dissected the President's exploitation of the nation's fears, invocations of a Christian mission, and efforts to overturn America's traditional relations-with other nations and its own citizens.

Crusade, the collection of Carroll's searing columns, offers a comprehensive and tough-minded critique of the war on terror. From Carroll's first rejection of "war" as the proper response to Osama bin Laden, to his prescient verdict of failure in Iraq, to his never-before-published analysis of the faith-based roots of current U.S. policies, this volume displays his rare insight and scope. Combining clear moral consciousness, an acute sense of history, and a real-world grasp of the unforgiving demands of politics, Crusade is a compelling call for the rescue of America's noblest traditions.

A cry from the heart, a record of protest, and a permanently relevant analysis, Carroll's work confronts the Bush era and measures it against what America was meant to be.

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Product Details
By:Carroll, James جيمس كارول
Pages: 128 pp
Publisher:Maktaba Shrouk Dawlia, Jakarta 2005
Dimensions:14 x 21 cm
Topic:Writings - Political History - Bush's War on Terror

Harb al-Salibiyah الحرب الصليبية

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