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Killing Hope: U.S. Military and CIA Interventions Since World War II--Updated Through 2003 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Killing Hope is an exhaustive yet comprehensible look at U.S and CIA interventions since the Second World War. Offering not only a thorough and complete guide, Bloom's work also succeeds at proving that not a single intervention has resulted in greater autonomy or peace. Both emotional and extremely well grounded in hard evidence, Killing Hope is an excellent resource for the already well read, and the newly interested alike. Bloom offers background information, as well as deeper insight, and never fails to point out the flaws that have been strategically kept secret within the CIA's own files. This is a highly valuable book -frightening, important, and a very interesting read.