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the bush dyslexicon: observations on a national disorder by mark crispin miller

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    Armed Madhouse

    Who's Afraid of Osama Wolf? China Floats, Bush Sinks, The Scheme to Steal '08, No Child's Behind Left, and Other Dispatches from the Front Lines of the Class War

    Abridged

    6 hours 15 min

    The bestselling author of The Best Democracy Money Can Buy offers his most provocative and funniest book yet!Greg Palast has spent the last thirty years getting the goods on corporate con men and political hucksters. Now he and his special guests cut through the TV news babytalk in Armed Madhouse. Armed with more than fifty classified documents and confidential memos, Palast brings you the stories ... Read more

    $17.95 USD or free with audiobook trial

  • "Not by Might, Nor by Power"

    The Zionist Betrayal of Judaism

    by Moshe Menuhin ...
    Book 22 - Forbidden Bookshelf
    With a new introduction by Adi Ophir: An early and fierce critique of Zionism from a Jewish child of Palestine who argued against nationalism and injustice.Born in 1893, Moshe Menuhin was part of the inaugural class to attend the first Zionist high school in Palestine, the Herzliya gymnasium in Tel Aviv. He had grown up in a Hasidic home, but eventually rejected orthodoxy while remaining dedicated ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • Underground to Palestine

    And Other Writing on Israel, Palestine, and the Middle East

    by I. F. Stone ...
    Book 14 - Forbidden Bookshelf
    A moving and unforgettable eyewitness account of the courageous exodus of Holocaust survivors from post–World War II Europe to the Promised Land, now expanded with Stone’s frontline reporting on the Arab-Israeli crises of 1948–49 and the Suez War of 1956, and with a new foreword by D. D. GuttenplanIn the spring of 1946, American journalist I. F. Stone embarked on an incredible adventure, ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • All Honorable Men

    The Story of the Men on Both Sides of the Atlantic Who Successfully Thwarted Plans to Dismantle the Nazi Cartel System

    Book 21 - Forbidden Bookshelf
    A scathing attack on Wall Street’s illegal ties to Nazi Germany before WWII—and the postwar whitewashing of Nazi business leaders by the US governmentPrior to World War II, German industry was controlled by an elite group who had used their money and influence to help bring the Nazi Party to power. After the Allies had successfully occupied Germany and removed the Third Reich, the process of ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • Assassination on Embassy Row

    Book 7 - Forbidden Bookshelf
    Edgar Award Finalist: The gripping account of an assassination on US soil and the violent foreign conspiracy that stretched from Pinochet’s Chile to the streets of Washington, DC, with a new introduction by Ariel Dorfman.On September 10, 1976, exiled Chilean leader Orlando Letelier delivered a blistering rebuke of Augusto Pinochet’s brutal right-wing regime in a speech at Madison Square Garden. ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • Blowback

    America's Recruitment of Nazis and Its Destructive Impact on Our Domestic and Foreign Policy

    Book 4 - Forbidden Bookshelf
    A searing account of a dark “chapter in U.S. Cold War history . . . to help the anti-Soviet aims of American intelligence and national security agencies” (Library Journal).Even before the final shots of World War II were fired, another war began—a cold war that pitted the United States against its former ally, the Soviet Union. As the Soviets consolidated power in Eastern Europe, the CIA scrambled ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • Hidden Terrors

    The Truth About U.S. Police Operations in Latin America

    Book 27 - Forbidden Bookshelf
    A “devastating” exposé of the United States’ Latin American policy and the infamous career and assassination of agent Dan Mitrione (Kirkus Reviews).In 1960, former Richmond, Indiana, police chief Dan Mitrione moved to Brazil to begin a new career with the United States Agency for International Development. During his ten years with the USAID, Mitrione trained and oversaw foreign police forces in ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • Thy Will Be Done

    The Conquest of the Amazon: Nelson Rockefeller and Evangelism in the Age of Oil

    Book 25 - Forbidden Bookshelf
    A “blistering exposé” of the USA’s secret history of financial, political, and cultural exploitation of Latin America in the 20th century, with a new introduction (Publishers Weekly).What happened when a wealthy industrialist and a visionary evangelist unleashed forces that joined to subjugate an entire continent? Historians Gerard Colby and Charlotte Dennett tell the story of the forty-year ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • The Hidden History of the Korean War, 1950–1951

    by I. F. Stone ...
    Book 10 - Forbidden Bookshelf
    “A great journalist” raises troubling questions about the forgotten war in this courageous, controversial book—with a new introduction by Bruce Cumings (The Baltimore Sun).“Much about the Korean War is still hidden, and much will long remain hidden. I believe I have succeeded in throwing new light on its origins.” —From the author’s prefaceIn 1945 US troops arrived in Korea for what would become ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • The Wages of War

    When America's Soldiers Came Home: From Valley Forge to Vietnam

    Book 20 - Forbidden Bookshelf
    A disturbing chronicle of the US government’s mistreatment of American soldiers and veterans throughout history, with a new introduction by Charles Sheehan-MilesTime and time again, the sacrifices made by veterans and their families have been repaid with scorn, discrimination, lack of health services, scant financial compensation, and other indignities. This injustice dates back as far as the ... Read more

    $2.99 USD

  • The Phoenix Program

    America's Use of Terror in Vietnam

    Book 5 - Forbidden Bookshelf
    “This shocking expose of the CIA operation aimed at destroying the Vietcong infrastructure thoroughly conveys the hideousness of the Vietnam War” (Publishers Weekly).In the darkest days of the Vietnam War, America’s Central Intelligence Agency secretly initiated a sweeping program of kidnap, torture, and assassination devised to destabilize the infrastructure of the National Liberation Front (NLF) ... Read more

    $12.99 USD