'The Secret History of the Iraq War' Book Review by Master Researcher

'The Secret History of the Iraq War'
A critical analysis of 'The Secret History of the Iraq War' by Yossef Bodansky.
# 90248 | 675 words | 1 source | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Literature (World) , Literature (General) , Hot Topics (Iraq Wars)


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Description:

This paper discusses how Bodansky offers a non-fictional account of the validity of attacking Iraq, which is often founded on false intelligence, and other forms of second hand propagandistic information from American news sources. Although his presence on terrorist congressional committees give him a very real presence when presenting his information, it becomes obvious that his link with American government decries his sense of bias.

From the Paper:

"This book review will critically analyze 'The Secret History of the Iraq War' by Yossef Bodansky. The highly unbiased nature of this historical study of the War in Iraq is often propagandistic and does not present solid evidence for validating an American attack. Often, he argues that an American invasion was warranted on the basis of WMDs and Saddam Hussein's role in activating terrorist cells for Bin Laden. However, after finding no WMDs or a solid connection to Bin Laden, Bodansky often reiterates a propagandistic diatribe that falls short."

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