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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2002

    This is "must" reading for all Americans

    I discovered Mr. Friedman shortly before the World Trade Center attack; his essays are a major reason why I subscribe to the NY Times (I live in California). He writes clearly and directly, pulling few punches, pointing out the good and bad of American foreign policy (and foreign "American Policy"), how it got to where it is today, and some ways to correct the mistakes of history. I don't always agree with his opinions, but I have yet to find that he gets his facts wrong. The man does his homework; that's about the highest praise I can give any writer. If you want to get a better idea of why the Middle East is in such a terrible state, Mr. Friedman can help you; I recommend him unequivocally.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 23, 2002

    A must read

    This is a collection of brilliance. Freidman can really break down the problems in the Middle East and Asia and put them in easy to understand terms. Anyone who is interested in an in-depth look at that part of the world should read this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2002

    Outrage with some clarity!!! September 11

    This collection of Mr Friedmans articles leading up to and following 9/11 add perspective and clarity to the those horrible events that altered the American Experience. Tom Friedman has truly cemented his position as the authoritative voice to everyday America on Middle-Easten and Muslim issues. This volume comprehensivly addresses the cause and effect of September 11th as well as the turmoil that plagues Israel and the Palistinians. While bin Laden and his folowers are branded rightfully as thugs he offers insight into their mindset and why they are so revered in parts of the Muslim world. Friedman also masterfully separates the regimes of the Arab world and the "street" and how these totaly different entities view America.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2002

    Clarity on Difficult Issues

    Thomas L. Friedman provides us with four basic gifts: (1) His long-term experience as an international journalist (He has spent time living in the Middle East and has written about this extensively in the New York Times); (2) his objectiveness; (3) ability to clarify conflicts and their origins; and (4) his insight into future trends and possible solutions to the current conflicts between the West and parts of the Middle East. His book is an education on this topic.

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