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Diplomatic Divorce: Why America Should End Its Love Affair with the United Nations

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In this bold and provocative new book, Diplomatic Divorce, Tom Kilgannon argues that failure to understand the United Nations and the motivations of the people who run it imperils not only America's international sovereignty but ultimately America's independence.
Hardcover, 219 pages
Published May 1st 2006 by Stroud & Hall Publishers
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While Thomas P. Kilgannon's text smacks of fanatical Republicanism, his arguments are persuasive and numerous. He outlines numerous valid reasons for America to end its love affair with the United Nations, not the least of which is the degree to which this global community has effectively undermined our national sovereignty. A must read for anyone concerned about the direction of our nation's foreign policy and diminishing independence.
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