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War Talk / Edition 1by Arundhati Roy
Pub. Date: 04/01/2003
Publisher: South End Press
Six essays by Indian novelist and political activist Roy express her perspectives on democracy, imperialism, the war on terrorism, and related contemporary issues. One is an introduction to a book by Noam Chomsky, and another her widely circulated speech to the January 2003 World Social Forum. A glossary, notes, and an index are provided. Annotation ©2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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This is a great book for anyone and eveyone it is disturbing at time because of all the events mentioned that are still occuring in the 21st century. GREAT BOOK
The author has some great insight on the implications of globilization (America's imperialization), the war on terror, and other fascist political issues that face our world today. A must read, but is not for those who refuse to see the otherside of the story.
this is a writer with heart,in time when people don't want to hear the real deal on why this war on terrorism is a front for another agenda.....