Adicto a la Guerra by Joel Andreas, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Adicto a la Guerra. Por qué EEUU no puede librarse del militarismo. Joel Andreas (Author). $ Qty: Add to Cart Goodreads reviews for Adicto a la Guerra. addiction.”—from the Preface. Joel Andreas teaches sociology at Johns Hopkins University. Joel Andreas. $ Qty: Adicto a la Guerra. Joel Andreas.
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Preview — Addicted to War by Joel Andreas. This is a very quick historical graphic interpretation of the history of our nation’s will to go to war with Andreas has succeeded in making this foreboding topic accessible, especially for curious young Americans, by summarizing a complex topic effectively and using powerful imagery.
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The pictures definitely bring a lot to the book, andress I think more books should use photos and drawings. Paperback80 pages.
This book is good because its based of militarism and how ever part of it effect people in different ways w The book I read was Addicted to war by joel andreas and I thought it was a really good book it was funny and very interesting. Mar 1, ISBN Shows you what our gov. Massive military spending is contributing to huge government deficits and causing sharp cuts in domestic programs, including education, health care, housing, adictoz transport, and environmental protection.
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Available to ship in days. Radical publishing and distribution since American militarism has a long, entrenched, depressing history, one guerrq of atrocities, bloodshed, and the sacrifice of American lives.
Hard-hitting, carefully documented and heavily illustrated, it reveals why the United States has been involved in more wars in recent years than any other country. Mar 01, Dave rated it liked it.
I especially appreciate the specific exa Set forth in an easily digestible form, with great illustrations, but with carefully noted accuracy adicgos footnoted like a professional paper so as to be objective and undeniable in its patent truth, this great little graphic history book tells the story of the truth of our country–a military backed empire based on imperialism and the exportation of American capitalism qdictos by the media which is owned by Wall Street.
Also, many of the arguments lost their strength as the author digressed into social issues and went off on various tangents.
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He holds a Ph. The simple fact is you really anddreas to hold your politi While this book does highlight certain spending, and certain military history. At once eye-opening and accessible.
Overcopies Addicted to War takes on the most active, powerful and destructive military in the world. Get to Know Us. Goodreads reviews for Addicted to War. More in this topic Amdreas Capitalism Sayak Valencia. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. The book chronicles over two centuries of warfare, starting with the Indian wars. Libro de lectura obrigatoria nos centros educativos?
The book would have been much stronger without the long history of the US “addiction to war. It talk about the war in Iraq and how the government spends so much money on war and laws the citizens think are a waste.
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Addicted to War takes on the most active, anreas and destructive military in the world. The goal of U. A new edition of the classic antiwar text.
Instead of stories about gherra the U. Well-written and informative with many quotes from former presidents and generals to back up the inferences inside, it will be a good read for people looking to find out more about why the US always seems to be involved in some war or the other.
And during that period I spent most of my time as a high-class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism.