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The Greatest Story Never Told: A People's History of the American Empire, 1945-1999

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Hardcover, 516 pages
Published October 18th 2001 by Xlibris Corporation (first published 2001)
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sologdin
I dig the concept, and the political objective, but the presentation leaves something to be desired--less a narrative than a chronicle.

that said, is likely a good, pertinent introduction to the subject matter. for those who are well versed in US imperialism, it will not add much new.

probably best to consider this a tertiary source, an index of crimes.
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Michael K. Smith earned a B.A. in Psychology and a Master's Degree in Humanities. He lived in Central America, Mexico, and Japan and is currently living in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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