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The Man Who Pushed America to War

The Extraordinary Life, Adventures and Obsessions of Ahmad Chalabi

by Aram Roston

Hardcover, 369 pages, Perseus Books Group, List Price: $27.50 |

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The Man Who Pushed America to War
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The Extraordinary Life, Adventures and Obsessions of Ahmad Chalabi
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Aram Roston

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Presents the life of the Iraqi exile, mathematician, and convicted felon, arguing that it was Chalabi's desire to oust Hussein, and the lies he told to the Bush administration to further that aim, that led to the war in Iraq.

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Writer Aram Roston, Parsing Ahmad Chalabi's Past

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