Will They Ever Trust Us Again?: Letters from the War Zone

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Overview

American soldiers serve willingly. They risk their lives so the rest of us can be safe. The one small thing they ask, though, is that they not be sent into harm's way unless it is absolutely necessary. But after being lied to about weapons of mass destruction and about the connection between al Qaeda and Iraq; after being forced by stop-loss orders to extend their deployment; after being undertrained, underequipped, and overworked long after George Bush declared Iraq "Mission Accomplished," these soldiers have something to say. From his famous 2003 Oscar acceptance speech to his record-breaking documentary Fahrenheit 9/11, Michael Moore has been an outspoken critic of the Bush administration and the war in Iraq. But in this book, Moore gives the spotlight to the real heroes of protest: the men and women who have fought in Iraq and want the American public to know how they feel about their mission and their commander in chief. Moore also fields letters from veterans of other wars and mothers, wives, and siblings of our soldiers in the field. They also express their anger and frustration, their tears and pain, and their hopes and prayers. Impassioned, accessible, and moving, these are letters that reveal the true hearts and minds of the men, women, and families on the front line.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780743271523
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster
  • Publication date: 10/5/2004
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 5.82 (w) x 8.84 (h) x 0.85 (d)

Meet the Author


Michael Moore was born in Flint, Michigan, and attended Catholic schools, including a year in the seminary, which he says accounts for his healthy respect for the fires of hell which seem to be located somewhere just outside Crawford, Texas.

He was an Eagle Scout, Newspaper Boy of the Week, and the youngest person ever elected to public office in the state of Michigan when he was 18-years old.

Michael Moore is now the Oscar and Emmy-winning director of the groundbreaking and record-setting films Roger & Me, Bowling for Columbine, and Fahrenheit 9/11 (which also won the top prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival and has gone on to become the highest grossing documentary of all time.)

No Disney film this year has made as much at the box office as Fahrenheit 9/11. It became the first documentary ever to premier at number one in the box-office in its opening weekend. Film Comment has called it "The Film of the Year."

Michael Moore is also America's #1 selling nonfiction author with such books as Stupid White Men and Other Sorry Excuses for the State of the Nation, and Dude, Where's My Country. No other author has spent more weeks on the New York Times hardcover non-fiction list in the past two years than Michael Moore. Stupid White Men was also awarded Britain's top book honor, "British Book of the Year," the first time the award has been bestowed on an American author.

Michael now has two new books being published by Simon & Schuster: Will They Ever Trust Us Again -- Letters from the War Zone, which is a compilation of letters he has received from soldiers in Iraq and from their families back home; and The Official Fahrenheit 9/11 Reader, which contains loads of backup materials for the film, plus essays, and the film's screenplay.

In addition to winning the Academy Award for Bowling for Columbine, Michael Moore won the Emmy Award for his NBC and Fox series, TV Nation and was also nominated for his other series, The Awful Truth (which the L.A. Times called "the smartest and funniest show on TV.")

Michael Moore also wrote and directed the comedy feature Canadian Bacon starring the late John Candy, and the BBC documentary, The Big One. He has directed music videos for R.E.M., Rage Against the Machine, Neil Young, and System of a Down.

His other best-selling books include Downsize This! Random Threats from an Unarmed American, and Adventures in a TV Nation, which he co-wrote with his wife Kathleen Glynn. His books have been translated in over 30 languages, and have gone to #1 in Italy, Germany, France, Japan, Great Britain, Australia, Ireland, and New Zealand.

Michael currently spends his time reading, gardening, and removing George W. Bush from the White House.

Biography

Michael Moore -- filmmaker, author, on-camera pest to those in corporate power -- has filmed two of the most successful film documentaries of all-time and wrote the top nonfiction bestseller for 2002. But his most famous act on camera may be one that he didn't film himself.

Even those who weren't watching the Oscar telecast in the spring of 2003 must have heard about it during the aftermath. Moore, collecting his best documentary Oscar for Bowling for Columbine and joined by his fellow nominees onstage, proclaimed his dedication to nonfiction in his work and took aim at the fiction he said he saw all around him.

"We like nonfiction, and we live in fictitious times," he said to a mix of boos and cheers. "We live in the time where we have fictitious election results that elect a fictitious president. We live in a time where we have a man sending us to war for fictitious reasons. Whether it's the fiction of duct tape or fiction of orange alerts we are against this war, Mr. Bush. Shame on you, Mr. Bush, shame on you. And any time you got the Pope and the Dixie Chicks against you, your time is up."

At least it was short.

Moore has been telling truth to power -- or, to his critics, his version of the truth -- long before his groundbreaking 1994 documentary Roger & Me attempted to corner the General Motors chairman Roger Smith on why his company closed its plant in Flint, Mich., in favor of 11 new plants in Mexico.

He founded the alternative newspaper The Flint Voice in the 1970s, started a weekly radio show in Flint, and became the youngest school board member in the country when he ran for office in 1972. He was fired from the liberal magazine Mother Jones, reportedly for liberal activism.

But it was Roger & Me that made him something of an icon for the left. Heavy, sloppily dressed, almost always sporting a scruffy beard and a baseball cap, Moore is an everyman with a camera crew. And he has bones to pick with so many in power: General Motors, Kmart, the National Rifle Association, the Republican Party.

New York Times columnist Frank Rich looks hopefully to Moore as the left's rallying counterpoint to the likes of Rush Limbaugh, a welcome gust of humor from the deadly earnestness of the liberal movement.

"Like Mr. Limbaugh at his least grandiose best," Rich wrote in 2003, "Mr. Moore's persona is more funny than angry, more everyman than show-biz. He is not, as he puts it, ''a didactic, wimpy kind of liberal' -- one of those whiners that makes audiences reach for the remote faster than you can say ‘Phil Donahue.' Mr. Moore may not be subtle as a filmmaker or a polemicist, but the grandstanding glee of his broad strokes is precisely what makes him succeed as a showman."

Anyone familiar with Moore's tone on camera – from Roger & Me to Bowling for Columbine to his short-lived television program TV Nation, sort of an extended, edgy Candid Camera-style prank afflicted on the rich – will recognize him in print as well.

"As someone with a penchant for demagoguery, someone who thinks that the present political structure needs ‘to be brought down and removed and replaced with a whole new system that we control,' Mr. Moore plays to the camera even when he's doing it on the page," Janet Maslin wrote in The New York Times in 2003, reviewing his book Dude, Where's My Country?

In his first book, Downsize This he jabbed at downsizing-happy corporate executives and other piñatas favored by the left. He followed that up with Stupid White Men he examined the new century after the bust of the New Economy and prayed for Jesse Helms to get kissed by a man. And, in 2003, he released Dude, Where's My Country? calling for a regime change in Washington. (One tidbit: The Internal Revenue Service actually has a specific form for tax refunds of $1 million or more. Perhaps some of you have seen it.)

With his first two books, Moore was something of a lone liberal voice on the best sellers lists. By the time his third was released, he had to muscle his way through people like Al Franken and Molly Ivins to get to his audience.

"When Stupid White Men appeared, its brand of name-calling was more of a novelty on the best-seller list. Now it is luxuriantly in flower," Maslin noted in her Times piece. "Mr. Moore will no doubt share a readership with Al Franken's Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them (which is funnier), Molly Ivins and Lou Dubose's Bushwhacked (which is better informed) and Joe Conason's Big Lies (also better informed), if not with Bill O'Reilly's Who's Looking Out for You? (politically opposite, but no less self-serving). But Mr. Moore, through real conviction along with showboating personality, does make himself the most galvanizing and accessible of the lot."

Liberals rub their hands with glee for equal time against Rush Limbaugh (who termed his own radio program "equal time.") But for some, Moore's brand of rhetoric is good news for the conservatives, not liberals.

"If this book is what passes for a political manifesto, then Tom Paine is truly dead," Alan Wolfe wrote of Stupid in The New Republic 2002. "Moore peppers his book with factoids, weird memos, open letters, bizarre lists, LOTS OF SENTENCES IN CAPITAL LETTERS, and name-dropping accounts of how he happens to know some members of the Bush family personally. It is meant to be satire, I suppose; but the only person skewered is Moore, who proves himself to be the only stupid white man around. Anyone bent on redistributing income in favor of the rich could not get a luckier break than having a critic like Michael Moore."

Good To Know

Moore is a card-carrying member of the National Rifle Association.

He is an enormous success in Germany. Publishers Weekly in 2003 reported that his book Stupid White Men sold 1.1 million copies during its first year in print in Germany, more than double than in the United States. Even the English version made the Spiegel bestseller list, the only book outside the Harry Potter series to do so.

Moore tangled with his publisher over the content of Stupid. HarperCollins had demanded changes in "offensive" material in the wake of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, but, with help from angry e-mails from librarians, the book was released unchanged.

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    1. Date of Birth:
      April 23, 1954
    2. Place of Birth:
      Davison, Michigan
    1. Education:
      Attended University of Michigan, Flint

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"Precious Money"

FROM: Anonymous

SENT: Monday, July 5, 2004 3:39 PM

TO: mike@michaelmoore.com

SUBJECT: Thank you!

Mr. Moore,

I am an army vet, and I served in Iraq for 11 months. My younger brother is a Marine and is in Iraq now. My mother, for obvious reasons, has had a very rough time for the past year and a half. She is an avid fan of yours and has seen your film at least five times. She hates the entire Bush administration, and I think that your movie helps her cope with her fear and anger.

I've been looking around on your website today, and I'm glad to see that you have links to organizations that support the troops in Iraq and encourage people to vote. Just out of curiosity, I went to the home page for the White House and to President Bush's reelection website, and I couldn't find any link to anything that really even mentioned what the troops over there are going through. It seems that they are concerned more about the Iraqi people and their precious money than they are about the welfare of the American soldiers.

Copyright © 2004 by Michael Moore

"This Is All Bullshit"

FROM: Anonymous

SENT: Friday, July 9, 2004 9:54 AM

TO: mike@michaelmoore.com

SUBJECT: Reservist who doesn't want to go to Iraq

Mike Moore,

I am a reservist in the navy. I have been in the Reserves for 3 years and have been activated for 1 3Ž4 years (right after 9/11 for homeland security). I have recently been informed that I am to be activated again, but this time I will be going to Iraq. I am Seabee, and we will be building schools and hooking up electricity and water over there. I am not thrilled about this. Seven Seabees have already been killed trying to help the Iraqis. I have not had a chance to see your new movie, and my husband says that maybe I shouldn't. He thinks that it will make me angrier toward Mr. George W.

I just want you to know that there are many of us reservists who think that this is all bullshit. I am not looking forward to leaving my one-year-old daughter for eight months or more to fight a battle that I believe is wrong. The Iraqis don't want our help. If they did, they would not be trying to kill us.

Copyright © 2004 by Michael Moore

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Table of Contents

Foreword : letter from Michael Pederson
Introduction 1
Pt. I Letters from Iraq 9
Pt. II Letters from our troops around the world 85
Pt. III Letters from veterans 125
Pt. IV Letters from home 143
Epilogue : letter from Abdul Henderson 205
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2005

    thank you

    although i'm only just stratching the surface of this book, i want to thank mr. moore for helping me understand the war from those who are serving our country.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2005

    A Must Read For Anyone who loves and honors our soldiers!!

    The people of this country need to hear what is really happening in Iraq and not what the Bush administation is selling us. We should not be there, should have never gone there. These soldiers are telling the truth. Thank you Michael Moore for caring enough to make this forum available to our soldiers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2005

    Outstanding

    No matter what your position on the war is, you will have the upmost respect for the men and women who put their lives on the line for us. Powerful, gripping, and emotional. One of the best books I've read in a while.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2005

    Moore of the Same

    Typical propagandistic tripe. People like Moore (and Clinton, and McAuliffe, and Pelosi, and Daschle, and Kennedy, etc etc, ad nauseum) are why I am no longer welcome in the Democratic Party. It used to be that most of the people on the left side of the aisle had a core philosophy rather than simply a blind opposition to everything American. Now days all the rabid left want to do is to throw literal and/or figurative Molotov cocktails. What a pity that so many caring people have been co-opted by sound-byte journalism, junk science, self-serving advocacy groups, and charlatans like Michael Moore. Why oh why does Moore think he has to make such obviously slanderous generalizations? Because it works! Look at the fawning reviews above this one. Face it, cheap sensationalistic fear-mongering gets the 'know-better' crowd going. Oh, it also appeals to the indoctrinated MTV sheep, too. In fact, that's all the Democratic Party and the sycophantic media stand for anymore. Why is it wrong to take the fight to the guys who want us dead? It's not. We die overseas in defense of liberty, or here on Main Street. Take your pick - you must make a choice before Osama makes it for you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2004

    America is the cause of problems in the world

    I suggest reading Noam Chomsky's 'Hegemony or Survival: America's Quest for Global Dominance' Then if you insisit on sticking your head in the sand, be my quest

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2004

    great book

    I usually don't read books but this one is very good. We need michael moore because the republicans own everything that we see and hear in the media except air america and michael moore. The ironic thing is that he tells the truth, and yet that is also the sad thing of it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 1, 2004

    From the heart of our American troops

    This books shows that Micheal Moore is a true American and cares deeply about our war warriors. To publish their sorrowful letters for us to share was a wonderful thing. Anyone who reads this book and isn't moved by its contents, in my opinion, does not have a compasionate heart.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2004

    Well Written and Deserved

    Heartfelt and moving, this book must be read by all Americans, lest we forget and another Iraq happens. One almost has to feel sorry for those who try but fail to debunk Moore...almost.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2004

    More 'moore' Propaganda

    As usual, some more one sided partisan propaganda from Moore. Definite read if you're a liberal. You'll agree with everything he says.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2004

    More Twist & Turns

    I have read 'Dude Where's My Country' and this current book from Moore, also I've seen F911 and it seems that he seems to leave out details. And he twist the facts to make it look like America is the reason for all the problems of the world.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2004

    Wow!

    Wow! From the picture on the cover you can tell he *actually* cares... about things like: -children flying kites in a Saddam-controlled Iraq -our 'boys and girls' who are dying because of President Bush. (It's a good thing that the army is made up on 17 and under draftees. Oh wait... it's not? HMMMM) -making sure that people don't think for themselves. Anyone who gives this more than 1 star should be given a free Darwin Award.

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