*New Pearl Harbor*

From: Paul Zarembka (zarembka@BUFFALO.EDU)
Date: Sat Apr 03 2004 - 11:08:46 EST

I'm almost finished with Griffin's book.  Truly excellent and it can be
gotten at Amazon for some $10.  It is unemotional, objective, and as scary
in implications as we need to hear.  No, it's not marxist, but
indispensable for our understanding.  It covers a great amount in 168
easy-to-read pages.

I don't often make a 'must-read' recommendation, but this would be one.


Vol.21-Neoliberalism in Crisis, Accumulation, and Rosa Luxemburg's Legacy
RESEARCH IN POLITICAL ECONOMY, Zarembka/Soederberg, eds, Elsevier Science
********************** http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/PZarembka

> David Griffin, the author of the book, "The New Pearl Harbor:
> Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11" will be
> talking about his book tonight on a program called Hemispheres on KGNU
> radio out of Boulder, CO.  The program can be heard over the internet
> at www.kgnu.org at 5pm pacific (6pm mountain) time.  Tomorrow or at
> some later point it should be available on the archives on the
> station's web site, if you miss the broadcast.
> In this book Griffin lays out, in great detail, the reasons why the
> Bush administration's account of what actually happened on the morning
> of September 11, 2001 is not plausible, and points out that much of
> this detail suggests that the Bush administration was actively
> involved in those events.  The interviewer is retired political
> science professor Joel Edelstein.

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