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Nemesis : the last days of the American Republic

Author: Chalmers Johnson; Tom Weiner; Blackstone Audiobooks.
Publisher: [Ashland, Or.] : Blackstone Audio, 2007.
Series: American empire project.
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In Blowback, Chalmers Johnson linked the CIA's clandestine activities abroad to disaster at home. In The Sorrows of Empire, he explored the ways in which the growth of American militarism has jeopardized our stability. Now, in Nemesis, he shows how imperial overstretch is undermining the republic itself, both economically and politically. Delving into new areas--from plans to militarize outer space to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Downloadable audio books
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Material Type: Audio book, etc., Sound recording, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Chalmers Johnson; Tom Weiner; Blackstone Audiobooks.
ISBN: 9781433280016 1433280019
OCLC Number: 173176308
Notes: Unabridged.
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Title from image on Web page (viewed Sep. 20, 2007).
Previously released on MP3-CD, 2007.
Performer(s): Read by Tom Weiner.
Description: 1 online resource (1 sound file)
Series Title: American empire project.
Responsibility: Chalmers Johnson.

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In Blowback, Chalmers Johnson linked the CIA's clandestine activities abroad to disaster at home. In The Sorrows of Empire, he explored the ways in which the growth of American militarism has jeopardized our stability. Now, in Nemesis, he shows how imperial overstretch is undermining the republic itself, both economically and politically. Delving into new areas--from plans to militarize outer space to Constitution-breaking presidential activities at home and the corruption of a toothless Congress--Nemesis offers a description of the trap into which the dreams of America's leaders have taken us. Drawing comparisons to empires past, Johnson explores just what the unintended consequences of our dependence on a permanent war economy are likely to be. What does it mean when the globe's sole "hyperpower," no longer capable of paying for the ambitions of its leaders, becomes the greatest hyper-debtor of all times?--From publisher description.

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