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Iraq and the Politics of Oil: An Insider’s Perspective

$29.00

There was an oil agenda when the U.S. went to war in Iraq in 2003—what the agenda was is revealed in this book. Was the Iraq war really about oil? As a senior oil advisor for the Office for Reconstruction and Humanitarian assistance (ORHa) and briefly as minister of oil, Gary Vogler thought he knew. But while doing research for a book about his experience in Iraq, Vogler discovered that what he knew was not the whole story—or even the true story. The Iraq war did have an oil agenda underlying it, one that Vogler had previously denied. This book is his attempt to set the record straight.

SHIP WITHOUT A COUNTRY: Eyewitness Accounts of the Attack on the USS Liberty

$15.00

“When the story of the Liberty does come before enough people, it could prove to be the linchpin upon which very real reform of misguided U.S. policies in the Middle East—the ill-founded ‘special relationship’ with the state of Israel—will finally come about.”—Michael Collins Piper

When one considers that thousands of books, articles, essays, documentaries and blockbuster films have been made concerning pivotal events in history such as Pearl Harbor and the assassination of JFK; at the same time we need to ask: Why has no such attention toward the attack on the USS Liberty (June 8, 1967) taken place? After all, had the ship been sunk as planned, it would have kicked off a nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union.