by Aaron Glantz
Hardcover, 303 pages, Penguin Group USA, List Price: $23.95 |
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Charges the Bush administration with mishandling the war in Iraq, explaining how the U.S. has compromised its early goodwill among the Iraqi people with the Fallujah bombing campaign and by failing to provide promised life necessities.
May 24, 2006 Farai Chideya talks with reporter Aaron Glantz about his book How America Lost Iraq, the journalist's firsthand account of how popular support in Iraq for the U.S. invasion slipped away.
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