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|go back to libraryBrian Becker, Mazda Majidi
Following the U.S. invasion of Iraq, why did the United States target governments in Libya and Syria for destruction? Why did some "socialists" support these so-called revolutions that were backed by the Pentagon and NATO? Can the Pentagon ever play a progressive role?
Brian Becker and Mazda Majidi make a unique contribution to the debate in Socialists and War. This timely piece answers important questions from a truly socialist perspective.
Socialists and war: two opposing trends tackles the issues through current events and historical analysis. Given that wars waged by the United States and NATO are a dominant feature of the contemporary era, this book could not be more important for those who seek to replace the current capitalist and imperialist world order with a new social system, one that is free from the scourge of militarism and endless war.
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