The Real Terror Network
by Edward Herman

An expose of the systematic torture, imprisonment, and murder of thousands of innocent people by US-trained and US-supplied national security states (Chile, El Salvador, Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Brasil, Venezuela, Peru, Indonesia, Turkey, and the Philippines). He takes the US media to task for failing to report this terrorism, which is much greater than the left-wing terrorism that they report on extensively. He links this large-scale terrorism directly to US policy. He frequently mentions that the policy supports multinational US corporations, but does not provide enough supporting evidence to prove that is the reason for the policy.

Year Read: 1985

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