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¡Alerta, mundo!
¡Alerta, mundo!

¡Alerta, mundo!


250 Pages, 5 x 8

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $23.95 (US $23.95) (CA $32.95)

Publication Date: February 2005

ISBN 9788472455849

Rights: US & CA

Editorial Kairos (Feb 2005)

Price: $23.95


Asking whether there is any way to make the United States responsible to a global constituency, this deconstruction of America's international relations following the World Trade Center attacks of 2001 fearlessly critiques the Bush administration. Based on the premise that the war on terrorism became the justification for intensifying America's pursuit of global domination, this book predicts that if America's leaders achieve their goal, they will impose the values of this country's corporate elite and evangelical Christian population on the world at large. Preguntando si hay alguna manera de conseguir que los Estados Unidos sean responsables ante un electorado global, este argumento de las relaciones internacionales de los Estados Unidos hasta los ataques a las Torres Gemelas de 2001 critica sin miedo la administración de Bush. Basado en la premisa que la llamada "guerra al terrorismo" se convirtió en la coartada para intensificar el afán norteamericano de dominación global, este libro predice que estas fuerzas neoconsevadoras controlan la riqueza y el poder electoral suficientes para dominar la agenda política de la nación durante la próxima generación.

Author Biography

Theodore Roszak is a history professor at California State University–Hayward. He has also taught at Stanford University, the University of British Columbia, San Francisco State University, and Schumacher College in England. He is the author of Longevity Revolution and The Making of a Counter Culture.