Hidden Agendas

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New Press, 1998 - Social Science - 412 pages
Essays by a journalist giving a different spin on world events. On Iraq, the purpose of sanctions is not to topple Saddam Hussein, but to prevent Iraqi oil from depressing the price of oil produced by Saudi Arabia, a major arms buyer. On Vietnam, the U.S. did not lose the war, the devastation having stopped the Vietnam "virus" from spreading and countries in the region remain client-states of the U.S.

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Hidden Agendas is one of those books you can dip in to any chapter and read and feel aghast at what the hidden agendas of governments and organizations are really about.This is a Black Book of truths ... Read full review

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Alex Michaels is the head of Net Force and is challenged by a very smart internet criminal who wrecking havoc on the in government internet. The bad man is Huges a senator White's assistant who is robbing the Federal reserve bank of a couple $200 million. Read full review

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