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1. Democracy: The God that Failed
   The Economics & Politics of Monarchy,
   Democracy & Natural Order

   by Hans-Hermann Hoppe,
   Transaction, 2001.

2. The Clash of Orthodoxies:
   Law, Religion & Morality in Crisis

   by Robert P. George, John J. Jr. Dilulio,
   Intercollegiate Studies Inst., 2001.

3. Welcome to the Desert of the Real
   by Slavoj Zizek,
   The Wooster Press, 2001.

4. Stupid White Men...
   and Other Sorry Excuses for the State of the Nation

   by Michael Moore,
   Regan Books, 2002.

5. The Clash of Fundamentalisms:
   Crusades, Jihads & Modernity

   by Tariq Ali,
   Verso, 2002.

6. 9-11
   by Naom Chomsky,
   Seven Stories, 2001.

7. The Paradox of American Power:
   Why the World's Only Superpower
   Can't Go It Alone

   by Joseph S. Jr. Nye,
   Oxford, 2002.

8. Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace
   by Gore Vidal,
   Thunder's Mouth, 2002.

9. The Fifty Year Wound:
   The true Price of America's Cold War Victory

   by Derek Leebaert,
   Little Brown, 2002.

10. Abuse of Power: The New Nixon Tapes
    by Stanley Kufler (ed),
    Touchstone, 1998.

11. Men Among Ruins:
   Post-War Reflections of a Radical Traditionalist

    by Julius Evola,
    Inner Traditions, 2002.

12. On Cosmopolitanism & Forgiveness
    (Thinking in Action)

    by Jacques Derrida,
    Routledge, 2001.

13. Means Without End: Notes on Politics
    by Giorgio Agamben,
    Minnesota, 2000.

14. Understanding Power:
    The Indispensable Chomsky

    by Peter Mitchell (ed),
    New Press, 2002.

15. After Liberalism
    by Immanuel Wallerstein,
    New Press, 1995.

16. Fateful Triangle:
    The United States, Israel & the Palestinians

    by Naom Chomsky
    South End, 1999.

17. Globalization & its Discontents
    by Joseph Stiglitz,
    W.W. Norton, 2002.

18. Warrior Politics:
    Leadership Demands a Pagan Ethos

.    by Robert D. Kaplan,
    Random, 2001.

19. Jihad: The Trail of Political Islam
    by Gilles Keppel,
    Harvard, 2002.

20. The 48 Laws of Power
    by Robert Greene, Joost Elffers
    Penguin, 2000.


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