Endangered American Dream
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Endangered American Dream

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One of America's most thoughtful and provocative strategists exposes the economic and cultural assumptions that have driven the U.S. to the brink of social and financial collapse. Edward Luttwak reveals a forceful new policy that can reverse America's decline.
ebook, 368 pages
Published May 11th 2010 by Simon & Schuster (first published September 7th 1993)
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American military strategist and historian who has published works on military strategy, history and international relations.

In addition to his persona as a "public intellectual", Luttwak is also an independent intelligence operative who is involved in clandestine activities that include "field operations, extraditions, arrests, interrogations (never, he insists, using physical violence), military...more
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