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1. Wobblies! A Graphic History
   by Paul Buhle, Nicole Schulman eds.,
   Verso, 2005.

2. Sands of Empire:
   Missionary Zeal, American Foreign Policy
   and the Hazards of Global Ambitions

   by Robert W. Merry,
   Simon & Schuster, 2005.

3. Resurrecting Empire
   by Rashid Khalidi,
   Beacon Press, 2004.

4. The Sorrows of Empire:
   Militarism, Secrecy and the End of the Republic

   by Chalmers Johnson,
   Metropilitan Books, 2004.

5. Hegemony and Survival:
   America's Quest for Global Dominance

   by Noam Chomsky,
   Metropolitan Books, 2003.

6. Crossing the Rubicon
   The Decline of the American Empire and the End of the Age of Oil

   by Michael C. Ruppert,
   New Society Publishers, 2004.

7. Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy
   by Joseph A. Schumpeter,
   Perennial, 1962.

8. The New Pearl Harbor:
   Disturbing Questions about the Busch Administration and 9/11

   by David Ray Griffin,
   Interlink, 2004.

9. Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
   by John Perkins,
   Bennett-Koelher Publishers, 2004.

10. What's the Matter with Kansas?
   How Conservatives Won the Heart of America

   by Thomas Frank,
   Metropolitan Books, 2004.

11. After the Empire:
   The Breakdown of the American Order

   by Eamannuel Todd,
   Columbia Univ. Press, 2003.

12. Multitude:
   War and Democracy in the Age of Empire

   by Antonio Negri, Michael Hardt,
   Penguin Putnam, 2004.

13. Imperial Hubris:
   Why the West Is Losing the War on Terror

   by Michael Scheuer,
   Potomac Books, 2004.

14. Imperial America:
   the Bush Assault on the World Order

   by John Newhouse,
   Knopf, 2003.

15. State of Exception
   by Giorgio Agamben,
   Univ. of Chicago Press, 2005.

16. Bushworld:
   Enter at Your own Risk

   by Maureen Dowd
   Putnam, 2004.

17. America: the New Imperialism
   from White Settlement to World Hegemony

   by Victor G. Kiernan,
   Verso, 2005.

18. The New Imperialism
   by David Harvey,
   Oxford Univ. Press, 2003.

19. Rites of Spring:
   the Great War and the Birth of the Modern Age

    by Modris Ecksteins,
    Mariner Books, 2000.

20. One World Ready or Not:
    the Manic Logic pf Global Capitalism

    by William Greider
    Simon & Schuster, 1998.

21. The Bewilderd Herd:
   Coverage of International Conflicts and Public Opinion

    by B.A. Taleb,
    ˇUniverse, Inc., 2004.

22. It's Still the Economy Stupid:
   George W. Bush, the GOP's CEO

    by Paul Begala,
    Simon & Schuster, 2002.

23. Weapons of Mass Deception:
   the Uses of Propaganda in Bush's War in Iraq

    by Sheldon Rampton, John Stauber,
    Jeremy P. Tarcher, 2003.

24. Hubbert's Peak:
   the Impending World Oil Shortage

    by Kenneth S. Deffeyes,
    Princenton Univ. Press, 2003.

25. The Corporation:
   the Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power

    by Joel Balkan,
    Free Press, 2004.

26. Bushwhacked:
   Life in George W. Bush's America

    by Molly Ivins, Lou Dubose,
    Random House, 2003.


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