Betrayal: How the Clinton Administration Undermined American Security [NOOK Book]

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Betrayal: How the Clinton Administration Undermined American Security by Bill Gertz
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Betrayal: How the Clinton Administration Undermined American Security by Bill Gertz
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Editorial Reviews

Mark P. Lagon
...[M]akes the solid and convincing case that over the last six and a half years, the president's foreign policy has regularly betrayed American interests and principles for a variety of political, personal, and financial expediencies.
The Weekly Standard
John Corry
Betrayal...provides a long and carefully reported list of arms-control failures. James Woolsey, the former CIA director, says Betrayal will be the administrations's least favorite book on its foreign poicy, and he may very well be right.
The American Spectator
Mark P. Lagon
...[M]akes the solid and convincing case that over the last six and a half years, the president's foreign policy has regularly betrayed American interests and principles for a variety of political, personal, and financial expediencies.
The Weekly Standard
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781621571377
  • Publisher: Regnery Publishing, Inc., An Eagle Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 2/5/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 291
  • Sales rank: 1,297,793
  • File size: 9 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 1999

    Frightening influence of the Chinese ¿

    An excellent book and a much-needed effort to document China¿s menacing power in America. What makes the issue of Chinese power especially worrying is the fact that it is motivated not only by political calculation but also by the virulent, emotional attitude towards the West (plus Japan and a few others in Asia). To make matters worse, the Chinese propaganda/bribery effort has shown amazing deftness in hiding its true identity and intentions. Unfortunately the Cold War is far from over.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2007

    This Book a 'Must Read' before 2008 Elections!

    I thoroughly enjoyed Bill Gertz's book Betrayal. It was apparent he researched his information from credible sources. This book is especially relevant to today because Bill Clinton's other half is running for President. If she wins, I expect more of the same we experienced during Bill Clinton's days. I plan to read many more of his books!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2003

    An accurate portrayal of a moral relativist former president.

    Bill Gertz is probably the foremost authority in the U.S. on American-Chinese relations. During the Clinton years, Gertz kept America informed through his brilliant articles in The Washington Times regarding Mr. Clinton's ill-advised 'policy of engagement' with China, a policy which, at the end of Clinton's eight years in office, had served to permit China to aid rogue nations in the proliferation of nuclear weapons and to improve its small but growing arsenel of ICBMs, many of which were aimed at us, while aiding his Hollywood contributors and several unscrupulous high-tech corporations as they developed Chinese markets for their goods through illegal campaign contributions to the Democrat National Committee and the Committee to Re-Elect the President. As the author of 'The China Connection,' I was especially interested in Gertz's carefully reasearched Chapter 5, 'The Long March Forward,' in which he describes how several American high-tech corporations, all huge campaign contributors, enabled the Chinese to not only greatly improve their commercial space launchers but also to make their nuclear tipped intercontinental ballistic missiles more reliable. In my novel 'The China Connection,' meticulously researched fact-based fiction, I show, through the actions and dialogue of characters, most of whom are based upon real people, the bankrupt moral and political philosophy behind the Clinton Administration regarding moral relativism. I explain how moral relativism combined with political expediency can be dangerous characteristics when joined in politicians and others in positions of power who lack high moral standards. Yes! Character does count, and so does integrity, when electing our leaders. I recommend 'Betrayal' highly. After you've finished, I suggest picking up 'The China Connection,' as a painless, even enjoyable way of learning about the problem of moral relativism, and how the actions of our former unqualified Commander in Chief strengthened the Chinese and endangered America during his years as president and far into the future.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2003

    An accurate portrayal of a treasonous, moral relativist President.

    Bill Gertz is probably the foremost authority in the United States on American-Chinese relations. During the Clinton years, he kept America informed, through his brilliant articles in The Washington Times, about the Administration's ill-advised 'policy of engagement' with China, a policy which, at the end of Clinton's eight years in office, had served to permit China to aid rogue nations in the proliferation of nuclear weapons, and improve its arsenel of ABMs, many of which were aimed at us, while aiding Mr. Clinton's Hollywood contributors and several unscrupulous high-tech corporations, to develop markets for the Chinese market for their products. As the author of 'The China Connection,' I was particularly interested in his carefully researched Chapter 5, 'The Long March Forward,' in which Mr. Gertz describes how several American high-tech corporations, all huge contributors to the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton Re-Election Committee, enabled the Chinese to not only greatly improve their commercial space launchers but also to make their nuclear-tipped intercontinental balistic missiles more reliable. In my novel, 'The China Connection,' meticulously researched fact-based fiction dealing with these very same issues, I show, through the actions and dialogue of characters, most of them based upon real people, the bankrupt moral and political philosophy behind the Clinton Administration in this area. I explain how moral relativism combined with political expediency can be dangerous characteristics when joined in politicians and people in positions of power who lack high moral standards. Yes, character does count, and so does integrity, when we elect our president. I recommend 'Betrayal' highly. After you finish, I suggest that you pick up 'The China Connection' as a painless, even enjoyable way of learning about and understanding the problem of moral relativism, and how the actions of our former president strengthened the Chinese and endangered America during his years as president and far into the future.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2000

    Bill Gertz the Operative

    Bill Gertz details how the Clinton Administration has compromised United States National Security in every single possible way. Weather it be from China to Russia or in the Middle East. Bill Gertz makes his point very clear how Clinton has compromised the safty of our young brave soilders and us ordinary civilians. Bill Gertz is the best Intelligence writer in the country. We should be very fortunate that he represents the country instead of political affliation. He has written a great book to the people and for the people.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2000

    Courage to Face the Truth

    An interesting quirk of human nature permits us to deny unpleasant facts; easily dismissing them to oblivion. Gertz has rubbed our noses in those facts. He makes one wonder that at at what point will we feel the hallowed ground slipping from beneath our feet. The author has made it painfully plain, by his courageous and careful expose, that we have elected, the archenemy of liberty, twice!

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