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Obama's Globe: A President's Abandonment of US Allies Around the World

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  • Posted December 6, 2012

    "It's truly a critical book." "Brief and powerful

    "It's truly a critical book." "Brief and powerful." "The Dean, in my opinion, of observers of foreign policy - Bruce Herschensohn." "My favorite analyst of world affairs, Bruce Herschensohn. And I mean that quite literally." -- Dennis Prager, best-selling author and nationally syndicated radio show host

    "Bruce Herschensohn calmly makes a devastating case against the foreign policy of President Barack Hussein Obama and, more importantly, offers readers a foundation on which they can build their own ability to assess American international relations going forward." -- The American Spectator

    "In the first presidential debate of the 2012 election, Republican challenger Mitt Romney defeated Barack Obama handily in a takedown of the President's devastating domestic policies. Foreign policy wasn't addressed, but all Romney need do to brush up for a victory in that arena is study Bruce Herschensohn's new book." -- FrontPage Magazine

    "Herschensohn was once a former deputy special assistant to President Nixon, who hailed him as 'particularly well qualified in an area I find important, foreign policy. He is an expert in that area.' To have been called an expert in foreign policy by Richard Nixon is like having Pavarotti say you're a great singer. Nixon often dazzled audiences with tours d'horizon of international affairs, and Herschensohn does the same...." -- Human Events

    "...it is definitely a must read for anyone wishing to understand why America seems more alone in the world now than it has ever been." -- ConservativeHQ

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2012

    Obama's Globe

    Must read! Could not put it down, unusal for a book of this type. Great history refresher, easy read and one I will recommend to my friends!!

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