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School Library Journal
Gr 6 Up
This collection of essays examines what is meant by the term "rogue," to which nations it applies, what kinds of threats these countries pose, and how the world should deal with them. As the series title implies, the issues are addressed from a variety of perspectives ranging from John Bolton and a National Review editorial to Human Rights Watch and Vernon Coleman, who argues that the U.S. is the greatest rogue of all. Each viewpoint begins with a helpful summary and questions to help students focus on important points. Occasional insets with maps, political cartoons, and additional, brief viewpoints add to the text. A periodical bibliography for further reading is appended to each chapter. A fairly extensive index will aid student researchers.
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