War & Destiny

War & Destiny

How the Bush Revolution in Foreign and Military Affairs Redefined American Power

Book - 2005 | 1st ed.
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Throughout time, major wars have defined historical epochs and charted the rise and decline of great powers. The U.S. global "war on terror," with Iraq as the Bush administration's chosen centerpiece, is almost certainly destined to do the same. Indeed, the Bush doctrine for conducting the war on terror and the Iraqi Freedom campaign are likely to prove benchmarks in U.S. history precisely because of the many orthodoxies and traditions the administration has purposely challenged. At the same time, fundamental flaws have already appeared in many tenets underlying the Bush transformation of foreign and military affairs. So contends award-winning journalist James Kitfield. As with his critically acclaimed Prodigal Soldiers , the story of how America arrived at this fateful crossroads is a narrative full of drama and personal anecdote, rich in context and detail. War and Destiny is based on interviews with the key players and on Kitfield's personal observation of major events. Like his first book, it may well become the chronicle of a critical period in American history.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Potomac Books, c2005.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781574889598
Branch Call Number: 327.730090511 Kit 7783mm 1
327.730090511 Kit 7783ag 1
Characteristics: xiv, 386 p. : map.
Alternative Title: War and destiny


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