Crimes Against Humanity by Chaitanya Davé
A Shocking History of U.S. Crimes Since 1776

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In this incisive book, Chaitanya Davé fearlessly takes you where few dare to tread.... According to Davé, few Americans realize how the United States operates globally. In its greed, hubris and lust driven march towards the world domination, it has trampled upon, crushed and killed millions of innocent and poor people in this country during the early period and around the globe later; in the process, destroying the aspirations and livelihoods of millions more.... Davé asserts with irrefutable logic and overwhelming evidence that the real purpose of U.S. global agenda is to make the world safer for exploitation by the U.S. corporations. This entails destroying the peoples' popular movements in other countries and replacing them with puppet military dictatorships that do their bidding, opening up their countries for exploitation by the U.S. corporate interests.. This devastating critique of U.S. foreign policy lays out in vivid details the utter folly of this ignoble policy of constant wars, interventions, treachery, bribery, deceptions and even assassinations in other nations; thus planting the seeds of future disasters for the people of the United States... Only the awakened public in America and the rest of the world can stop this intoxicated superpower from its nefarious path of hegemony and control over other nations.

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Published November 6, 2007 by AuthorHouse. 540 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, History. Non-fiction

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