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America at War: The Battle for Iraq: A View From The Frontlines

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2007

    Frontlines In Iraq

    Dan Rather and the Reporters of CBS News did a fantastic job letting the readers of this great book know what the days in Iraq really is like. Through the voice of their writing and providing excellent descriptions of how the men and women feel on the frontlines. Also I liked how this book was different from any other book about the battle for Iraq by the fact that they not only wrote this book from the soldiers¿ point of view by also the point of view of the journalists themselves. They talked from how the war was all started in 2003, with the judgment that Iraq was in possession of a weapons program with nuclear weapons, to many years and casualties later, the war in Iraq is still going strong.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2003

    More than met the eye

    What I liked about the essays in this book is that the journalists say things about the war that did not necessarily come across in their tv reporting. Many of the essays relate doubts about the war that were expressed by military personnel and civilians, as well as the journalists' own skeptical and critical views of events. I was happily surprised that the essays were as frank as they were, particularly since I found the tv coverage at the time far too rah-rah. I'm glad that the journalists over there were given the chance through this book to tell the public more about what was going on.

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