The China Threat: The Plan to Defeat America

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In his New York Times bestseller Betrayal, Bill Gertz exposed the sorry state of America's foreign policy and military preparedness.

"There's no better way to become informed than to get Bill Gertz's book, Betrayal…What he's uncovered is shocking. He's done a great service for the people of this country…Get a hold of this thing and read it."

—Rush Limbaugh

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Overview

In his New York Times bestseller Betrayal, Bill Gertz exposed the sorry state of America's foreign policy and military preparedness.

"There's no better way to become informed than to get Bill Gertz's book, Betrayal…What he's uncovered is shocking. He's done a great service for the people of this country…Get a hold of this thing and read it."

—Rush Limbaugh

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Gertz, a reporter for , takes a vehement stand on American foreign policy with China, arguing that the US has made a grave error in assisting China in its rise to global power. He accuses the Clinton administration of deliberately leaking information about Chinese intelligence to avert the FBI's campaign finance investigation, as well as covering up intelligence on China that would have exposed their espionage abilities and arms sales. Strongly worded, accusatory, and verging on the conspiratorial, this book should be read with some reservations. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780895261878
  • Publisher: Regnery Publishing, Inc., An Eagle Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 12/28/2001
  • Pages: 280
  • Product dimensions: 5.94 (w) x 9.06 (h) x 0.82 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction xi
Chapter 1 The China Threat 1
Chapter 2 The Plan 15
Chapter 3 China Wars 33
Chapter 4 From Satellites to Missiles 59
Chapter 5 Panama Red 75
Chapter 6 Proliferation Subversion 101
Chapter 7 Kindred Spirit 123
Chapter 8 Flashpoint Taiwan 171
Conclusion: An American China Strategy 199
Appendix The Documents 205
Acknowledgments 265
Index 267
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2002

    GERTZ' THESIS: FACT OR FICTION?

    Bill Gertz writes a compelling account of Chinese intelligence operations during the Clinton Administration. His discussion of backdoor political dealings and clandestine collection of US military secrets is entertaining. However Mr. Gertz' sources are few and far between, damaging the credibility of his arguement. He also incorporates so called 'classified' material into his appendices to lend credence to his manuscript and support his assessments.

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