AUTHOR EXPLAINS AMERICA'S DEADLIEST EXPORT, July 8, 2014

  
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AUTHOR EXPLAINS AMERICA'S DEADLIEST EXPORT
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Blum's America's Deadliest Export: Democracy

In 2003, William Blum, former State Department worker turned historian and author, became famous when Osama bin Ladin, the supposed mastermind behind the attacks on 9-11, recommended Blum's book Rogue State: A Guide to the World's Only Superpower, because Osama felt that it aptly described a horrible American foreign policy which engenders so much hate and fear of America.  As William says during this interview, it gained him a great deal of attention and many interviews with mainstream US television and print media.

Blum's speaks about his latest book America's Deadliest Export: Democracy - The Truth About US Foreign Policy and Everything Else, which continues along the same lines as Rogue State, updating and detailing the predatory nature of America's foreign policies.

Blum shares with the audience how he got started in his long career of seeking to find, understand and write accurately about so many things most Americans know little about their own country's misdeeds. 

 

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