"It has been said that Saddam Hussein held an almost hypnotic force over the Iraqi people when he spoke. Without a doubt, this volume reveals that Saddam is an amazing orator who uses his special talent to obilize a nation to do his bidding. This book is a window into the present where we can witness the power Saddam Hussein's words had over the masses. The consequences of a nation of a world rested upon this unique blend of propaganda and emotion. No one should forget the devastation brought about by President Saddam Hussein and this collection of 27 Speeches by the dictator is a unique opportunity to experience how words can be used to incite a nation.
A work of this sort will give the reading public direct access to Saddam Hussein's Dictatorship, which the reader in turn can closely study, by making use of the bibliographic material that is listed. This is a vitally important avenue to provide the reading public."
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Published February 26, 2003
History, Political & Social Sciences.