The World According to TomDispatch: America and the Age of Empire
    • The World According to TomDispatch: America and the Age of Empire (2008) edited by Tom Engelhardt

TomDispatch's powerful, no-holds-barred essays resonate throughout the global online media. This comprehensive volume offers readers a chance to sample some of the finest political analysis of our age, focused on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the US offshore Bermuda Triangle of injustice from Guantamano to the CIA "black sites," not to speak of extraordinary rendition, the response to Hurricane Katrina, global warming, Iraq's black gold and the energy crisis, and, above all, the Bush administration's misbegotten "smash of civilizations." Introduced and edited by TomDispatch's creator Tom Engelhardt, The World According to TomDispatch is an essential primer for anyone seeking guidance along the highways and byways of our post 9/11 world.

The book includes already classic pieces by a dazzling cast of authors, including Chalmers Johnson, Juan Cole, Rebecca Solnit, Mark Danner, Ruth Rosen, Jonathan Schell, Greg Grandin, Noam Chomsky, Karen J. Greenberg, Mike Davis, Michael Klare, Adam Hochschild, Dahr Jamail, Arlie Hochschild, Bill McKibben, Judith Coburn, John Brown, Dilip Hiro, Rasha Salti, Michael Schwartz, Behzad Yaghmaian, Ann Jones, Chad Heeter, Nick Turse, Ira Chernus, Steve Fraser, David Rosner, Gerald Markowitz, and Tom Engelhardt.

 

    • Tom Engelhardt
    • Tom Engelhardt created and runs the TomDispatch website, a project of The Nation Institute. His most recent book is The American Way of War: How Bush's War Became Obama's. He is also the author of a history of American triumphalism in the Cold War, The End of Victory Culture, and of a novel, The Last Days...

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