By James Bamford
In A Pretext for War, acclaimed writer James Bamford–whose vintage ebook The Puzzle Palace first published the lifestyles of the nationwide defense Agency–draws on his remarkable entry to most sensible intelligence assets to provide a devastating expos? of the intelligence neighborhood and the Bush management.
A Pretext for War reveals the systematic weaknesses in the back of the failure to observe or hinder the Sept. 11 assaults, and information the Bush administration’s next misuse of intelligence to promote preemptive struggle to the yank humans. jam-packed with extraordinary new revelations, from the websites of “undisclosed locations” to the particular resources of America’s center East coverage, A Pretext for War is crucial interpreting for someone serious about the protection of the USA.
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Her shirt was a man’s white T-shirt with the sleeves and the collar ripped off. A gold star, the kind the teachers stuck on our papers when we spelled everything right, was glued to her cheek. She looked over at us, a slow, too casual glance, and we got very busy comparing the prices of Ivory and Palmolive. Without saying anything about it to each other, we knew we had gone undercover, real spies with a very real mission: follow the thief. I imagined our names in the Saint Ignatius Parish Bulletin, perhaps with a picture of us shaking Father Van Dan’s hand.
She’s giving us a soda not to tell,” I said, trying to make it sound like a victory. ” When we got to the front of the house, she was already waiting on the porch, holding a can of Jolly Good Cream Soda. She had put on earrings and fresh, orange lipstick. She didn’t look at me—she looked at Sam. ” she asked him, and though I was used to people noticing Sam first, I ached with jealousy. “Boris,” I said. “No it’s not,” Sam said. The girl laughed. ” 38 / A. MANETTE ANSAY “He’s got five,” I said, meanly.
At breakfast the next day, my father announced he had decided to turn the southwest corner of the basement into a bedroom, with wood-paneled walls and a lowered ceiling and a special subfloor to resist the damp. This was going to be Sam’s bedroom. I would remain in our old room upstairs, which my mother would help me redecorate. Sam stared into his cornflakes, and I looked down too, embarrassed, ashamed, as my mother explained I was growing up, perhaps faster than she and my father had realized, and it was time for me and Sam to sleep in rooms of our own.
A Pretext for War: 9/11, Iraq, and the Abuse of America's Intelligence Agencies by James Bamford