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Catastrophe: Clinton's Role in America's Worst Disaster (udgave 2002)

af Christopher Ruddy, Carl Limbacher Jr.

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Catastrophe begins on January 20,1993 when William Jefferson Clinton took the oath of office, swearing to "preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States" from enemies both foreign and domestic and chronicles the next 8 years leading to the events of September 11, 2001. This book demonstrates that the events of September 11 were not only predictable after eight years of Clinton, they were also preventable. Catastrophe exposes what really happened during the Clinton years, and how Bill Clinton and his administration systematically undermined America's national security by emasculating the U.S. military and nations intelligence agencies. Bill Clinton made America vulnerable to attack. Great dangers still threaten us. But to prepare for them we must understand how they were caused. Only then can we take the appropriate measures to ensure America's security.… (mere)
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Titel:Catastrophe: Clinton's Role in America's Worst Disaster
Forfattere:Christopher Ruddy
Andre forfattere:Carl Limbacher Jr.
Info:NewsMaxMedia (2002), Edition: First edition., Paperback, 208 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:American Modern Political Commentary, American Politics, Paperback Non-Fiction, Upstairs

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Catastrophe begins on January 20,1993 when William Jefferson Clinton took the oath of office, swearing to "preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States" from enemies both foreign and domestic and chronicles the next 8 years leading to the events of September 11, 2001. This book demonstrates that the events of September 11 were not only predictable after eight years of Clinton, they were also preventable. Catastrophe exposes what really happened during the Clinton years, and how Bill Clinton and his administration systematically undermined America's national security by emasculating the U.S. military and nations intelligence agencies. Bill Clinton made America vulnerable to attack. Great dangers still threaten us. But to prepare for them we must understand how they were caused. Only then can we take the appropriate measures to ensure America's security.

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