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Our Choice: a plan to solve the climate crisis, Al Gore.
1 Al Gore. Our Choice: a plan to solve the climate crisis
Emmaus: Rodale Books 2009 1594867348 / 9781594867347 1st Paper back New Not issued 7.5 x 1 x 8.9 inches 
It is now abundantly clear that we have at our fingertips all of the tools we need to solve the climate crisis. The only missing ingredient is collective will. Properly understood, the climate crisis is an unparalleled opportunity to finally and effectively address many persistent causes of suffering and misery that have long been neglected, and to transform the prospects of future generations, giving them a chance to live healthier, more prosperous lives as they continue their pursuit of happiness. Our Choice gathers in one place all of the most effective solutions that are available now and that, together, will solve this crisis. It is meant to depoliticize the issue as much as possible and inspire readers to take action—not only on an individual basis but as participants in the political processes by which every country, and the world as a whole, makes the choice that now confronts us. There is an old African proverb that says, "If you want to go quickly, go alone; if you want to go far, go together." We have to go far, quickly. We can solve the climate crisis. It will be hard, to be sure, but if we can make the choice to solve it, I have no doubt whatsoever that we can and will succeed. 
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Preemption: A Knife That Cuts Both Ways, Alan M. Dershowitz.
2 Alan M. Dershowitz. Preemption: A Knife That Cuts Both Ways
New York: W W Norton 2006 0393060128 / 9780393060126 1st Hardbound New New 5.9 x 1.2 x 8.5 inches 
Every so often, a startling book emerges that gives voice to a new or previously unexamined trend that is transforming society. Alan M. Dershowitz's provocative new work, , is just such a book, chronicling a paradigm shift in our approach to controlling destructive conduct. As he reveals, we are movingwhether in society's manner of fighting crime or in our response to terrorismtoward more preventive and proactive approaches and away from primary reliance on deterrent and reactive responses. Although the events of 9/11 have accelerated this revolutionary shift, Dershowitz compellingly documents that the seeds were planted much earlier. In this thought-provoking account, Dershowitz explores the historical origins of the change as well as its troubling implication for civil liberties, human rights, criminal justice, national security, and foreign policy. 
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Local Motion: The Art of Civic Engagement in Toronto, Alana Wilcox (ed.); Christina Palassio (ed.) & Dave Meslin (ed.).
3 Alana Wilcox (ed.); Christina Palassio (ed.) & Dave Meslin (ed.). Local Motion: The Art of Civic Engagement in Toronto
Toronto: Coach House Books 2010 1552452387 / 9781552452387 1st Paper back New 0.8 x 5 x 8 inches 
Decisions about the things that matter most on a daily basis - our roads and schools and houses - happen at the city level. So, how do we influence these decisions? What motivates ordinary citizens to take action and improve their community? How do neighbours organize together? Does City Hall facilitate engagement, or stand in the way? Local Motion explores how we, as citizens, can make a positive change in our city. Shifting from the 'what' of the previous uTOpia books to 'how,' Local Motion presents an in-depth analysis of civic engagement in Canada's largest city. Essays by fourteen in-the-trenches journalists explain what makes one city, Toronto, tick and stall. They explore electoral reform, civic organizations, zoning, the 'creative city,' budgeting and guerrilla activism. They profile people and groups who've made things happen. They give practical advice on navigating bureaucracy and getting the media's attention. Taken together, these in-depth essays and profiles paint a citizen-focused portrait of a city in transition, offering up myriad examples of how the people who live there help to make their city a better, more humane one. The book features a foreword by Dionne Brand, illustrations by Marlena Zuber, and articles by Bert Archer, Denise Balkissoon, Hamutal Dotan, Jonathan Goldsbie, Kelly Grant, Edward Keenan, Jennifer Lewington, John Lorinc, Jason McBride, Dave Meslin, Christina Palassio, Catherine Porter, Mike Smith and Hannah Sung. 
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Chavez, Venezuela and the New Latin America: an interview with Hugo Chavez, Aleida Guevara
4 Aleida Guevara Chavez, Venezuela and the New Latin America: an interview with Hugo Chavez
Melbourne: Ocean Press 2004 1920888004 / 9781920888008 1st Paper back Very good Not issued 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches 
An intimate encounter between the charismatic Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez and Che Guevara's daughter Aleida Is Venezuela the new Cuba? Elected by an overwhelming popular mandate in 1998, which has been reaffirmed in elections several times since, Hugo Chávez is one of Latin America's most outspoken political leaders today. In this extraordinary encounter, Chávez is interviewed by Aleida Guevara, the daughter of the legendary revolutionary Che Guevara. He expresses a fiercely nationalist vision for Venezuela and a commitment to a united Latin America. He also discusses the significance of the military coup against his government in April 2002, Venezuela's new democratic constitution, the extensive social programs undertaken as part of the Bolivarian revolution and assesses his country's relations with the United States and Cuba. In what became a remarkably intimate dialogue over several days, Chávez is probed about his personal political formation and his views about the legacy of Che Guevara's ideas and example in Latin America today. Included as an appendix is an exclusive interview with Venezuela's former minister of defense Jorge García Carneiro, who played a key role in defeating the 2002 coup against Chávez. "There is a different Venezuela where the wretched of the earth know that they can free themselves from their past. And this is a different Latin America." - Hugo Chávez Aleida Guevara is the eldest daughter of Ernesto Che Guevara and Aleida March. She works as a pediatrician in Havana, Cuba, and is a prominent figure in the anti-globalization movement. 
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Gender and Authority in Sixteenth-Century England, Amanda Shephard.
5 Amanda Shephard. Gender and Authority in Sixteenth-Century England
Staffordshire: Keele University Press 1994 1853310557 / 9781853310553 1st Paper back Like New. Couple of pages have little underlining; 4-5 pages only. Not issued 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches 
Shephard examines attitudes toward women in early modern England in the writings of John Knox and his opponents. Her analysis of the ideas of leading Catholic noblemen challenges the view that Protestantism improved the status of women, and shows that the most radical ideas about women's right to participate in public life are to be found within the aristocracy. 
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Beyond National Dreams: Essays on Canadian Citizenship and Nationalism, Andrew Nurse & Raymond Blake.
6 Andrew Nurse & Raymond Blake. Beyond National Dreams: Essays on Canadian Citizenship and Nationalism
Markham: Fitzhenry & Whiteside 2009 1550419692 / 9781550419696 Paper back Like New (Slight shelf wearing) 15.2 x 2.5 x 22.9 cm 
The fourteen essays in this specially commissioned collection explore the ongoing debate, "the national narrative" about the character and objectives of Canada as a nation state. They address matters of national concern, including Canada's place in world affairs, the evolving characteristics of Canadian nationalism, the structure of material life during the revolution in advanced communications, the changing nature of citizenship and the implications of ethnic diversity and national loyalties for the Canadian polity. Writers come from a variety of disciplines, bringing their own scholarly approaches and often unique perspectives to issues of common concern. The questions raised in this book have a long shelf life in Canadian intellectual dialogue but they are also timely in the post 9/11 environment in which what it means to be "Canadian" is sometimes a matter of life and death. Contributors include Robert Cupido, Brian and Geraint Osborne, Stephane Levesque, Nicole Gallant, Andrew Nurse, Raymond Blake, Judy Bates, Jane Ku, Cameron Bodnar Manju Varma, Sarah Wayland and Hector MacKenzie. 
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Seeking Balance: Conversations with BC Women in Politics, Anne Edwards.
7 Anne Edwards. Seeking Balance: Conversations with BC Women in Politics
Halfmoon Bay: Caitlin Press 2008 1894759311 / 9781894759311 paper back New Not issued 23 x 3 x 15.5 cm 
Many Canadians say that British Columbia is the zaniest political province. It's too diverse, too polarized - geographically, demographically and ideologically. But the British Columbia political arena is lively, and it has often led the way in electing women to parliaments - as respected spokespeople for the public and as equal people. In Seeking Balance, Anne Edwards shares her conversations with more than eighty Briths Columbia women politicians, including Rita Johnston, Rosemary Brown, Grace McCarthy, Kim Campbell, Pat Carney, Darlene Marzari, Joy MacPhail and Carole James. These women who served as members of the provincial legislature or the Canadian parliament reveal their ambitions and their reactions to serving in a political system designed and dominated by men. Women struggle to find their place in the pyramids of power. They reach decisions in ways untraditional to Canadian politics; they bring ideas to a systemill-suited to respond; and they see clearly the jagged edges that should be smoothed in order to create a vibrant democratic state. These women - of many ages, across party lines and from all parts of the province - share attitudes and insights into the lively world of British Columbia politics, at home and aross our nation. 
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Runaway World: How Globalization is Reshaping Our Lives, Anthony Giddens.
8 Anthony Giddens. Runaway World: How Globalization is Reshaping Our Lives
New York: Routledge 2000 0415927196 / 9780415927192 1st Hardbound New New 8.2 x 5.2 x 0.6 inches 
'This little book is full of insights about who we are and where we are going.' - Financial Times The most accessible book yet by one of the most influential thinkers of our time, Runaway World evaluates the ever-increasing impact of globalization today. Extending his arguments beyond the merely economic, Giddens shows how our growing interdependence directly affects our everyday lives. Neither a cheerleading endorsement of emerging markets, nor a fearful rant on the growth of terrorism or loss of American jobs, this is a book about a world that grows smaller every day, and how those changes are affecting our culture, our traditions, our families, and our politics. Identifying globalization as a true cultural force, this eloquent and important volume is the starting point for anyone concerned about our increasingly interconnected world. 
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Infidel, Ayaan Hirsi Ali.
9 Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Infidel
New York: Free Press 2007 0743289684 / 9780743289689 Hardbound New New 9.4 x 6.1 x 1.2 inches 
In this profoundly affecting memoir from the internationally renowned author of "The Caged Virgin, " Ayaan Hirsi Ali tells her astonishing life story, from her traditional Muslim childhood in Somalia, Saudi Arabia, and Kenya, to her intellectual awakening and activism in the Netherlands, and her current life under armed guard in the West.One of today's most admired and controversial political figures, Ayaan Hirsi Ali burst into international headlines following an Islamist's murder of her colleague, Theo van Gogh, with whom she made the movie "Submission.""Infidel" is the eagerly awaited story of the coming of age of this elegant, distinguished -- and sometimes reviled -- political superstar and champion of free speech. With a gimlet eye and measured, often ironic, voice, Hirsi Ali recounts the evolution of her beliefs, her ironclad will, and her extraordinary resolve to fight injustice done in the name of religion. Raised in a strict Muslim family and extended clan, Hirsi Ali survived civil war, female mutilation, brutal beatings, adolescence as a devout believer during the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood, and life in four troubled, unstable countries largely ruled by despots. In her early twenties, she escaped from a forced marriage and sought asylum in the Netherlands, where she earned a college degree in political science, tried to help her tragically depressed sister adjust to the West, and fought for the rights of Muslim immigrant women and the reform of Islam as a member of Parliament. Even though she is under constant threat -- demonized by reactionary Islamists and politicians, disowned by her father, and expelled from her family and clan -- she refuses to be silenced.Ultimately a celebration of triumph over adversity, Hirsi Ali's story tells how a bright little girl evolved out of dutiful obedience to become an outspoken, pioneering freedom fighter. As Western governments struggle to balance democratic ideals with religious pressures, no story could be timelier or more significant. 
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Something Fierce: Memoirs of a Revolutionary Daughter, Carmen Aguirre.
10 Carmen Aguirre. Something Fierce: Memoirs of a Revolutionary Daughter
Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre 2012 1771000368 / 9781771000369 Paperback New 8.9 x 5.9 x 0.9 inches 
On September 11, 1973, General Augusto Pinochet led a violent coup that removed Salvador Allende, the democratically elected socialist president of Chile, from office. Thousands were arrested, tortured and killed under the repressive new regime. Six-year-old Carmen Aguirre and her younger sister fled the country with their parents for a life in exile. Five years later, when her mother and stepfather returned to South America as Chilean resistance members, Carmen and her sister’s double lives began. At 18, Carmen herself joined the resistance, plunging further into a world of terror, paranoia, and euphoria. Something Fierce takes the reader inside war-ridden Peru, dictatorship-run Bolivia, post-Malvinas Argentina, and Pinochet's Chile during the eventful decade between 1979 and 1989. Dramatic, suspenseful, and darkly comic, it is a rare account of revolutionary life and a passionate argument against forgetting. 
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Barren States: The Population
11 Carrie B. Douglass (ed.). Barren States: The Population "Implosion" in Europe
Oxford: Berg 2005 1845200497 / 9781845200497 Paper back New 6.1 x 0.6 x 9.2 inches 
The fertility rate has dramatically declined across Europe in recent years. Globally over 64 countries have fallen below generation replacement levels and countries in eastern and southern Europe are registering the lowest birth rates in history. These developments could have serious repercussions for society and public policy--from a projected drastic loss of national population numbers to labor shortages and a swelling population of people over 65. This timely book investigates how people experience what is called .low fertility.. How do people understand their choices and the perceived limitations on their lives? What is the meaning of motherhood for women today? And what does this tendency toward fewer births mean those who ultimately become demographic statistics? 
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The Morning After: The 1995 Quebec Referendum and the Day that Almost Was, Chantal Hebert & Jean Lapierre.
12 Chantal Hebert & Jean Lapierre. The Morning After: The 1995 Quebec Referendum and the Day that Almost Was
Toronto: Knopf Canada 2014 0345807626 / 9780345807625 1st Hardbound New New 5.8 x 1.1 x 8.5 inches 
A sly, insightful and wonderfully original book from one of Canada's most popular political analysts, Chantal Hébert, and one of Quebec's top political broadcasters, Jean Lapierre. Only the most fearless of political journalists would dare to open the old wounds of the 1995 Quebec referendum, a still-murky episode in Canadian history that continues to defy our understanding. The referendum brought one of the world's most successful democracies to the brink of the unknown, and yet Quebecers' attitudes toward sovereignty continue to baffle the country's political class. Interviewing 17 key political leaders from the duelling referendum camps, Hébert and Lapierre begin with a simple premise: asking what were these political leaders' plans if the vote had gone the other way. Even 2 decades later, their answers may shock you. And in asking an unexpected question, these veteran political observers cleverly expose the fractures, tensions and fears that continue to shape Canada today. 
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Fault Lines in China's Economic Terrain, Charles Wolf...[et al.].
13 Charles Wolf...[et al.]. Fault Lines in China's Economic Terrain
Santa Monica: RAND 2003 0833033441 / 9780833033444 Paperback New 6.4 x 0.6 x 9 inches 
The authors consider how and by how much China's stellar economic performance might be impaired by eight potential adversities that China may face in the next decade. 
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Feminism, Theory and the Politics of Difference, Chris Weedon.
14 Chris Weedon. Feminism, Theory and the Politics of Difference
Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell 1999 0631198245 / 9780631198246 1st Paper back New 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches 
Difference is a key term in contemporary feminism. Since the 1700s women have been concerned with how they are seen as different from men and the social consequences of such assumed and actual differences. Whereas early second-wave feminism stressed women's shared oppression and sisterhood, more recent feminism has stressed difference - of class, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and age.Feminism, Theory and the Politics of Difference looks at the question of difference across the full spectrum of feminist theory from liberal, radical, lesbian and socialist theories to Black and post-colonial feminisms. It relates feminist approaches to difference and diversity to the tendency within postmodernism to celebrate them often without due attention to power. 
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The prime ministers of Canada: Macdonald to Mulroney, 1867-1985, Christopher Ondaatje.
15 Christopher Ondaatje. The prime ministers of Canada: Macdonald to Mulroney, 1867-1985
Toronto: Pagurian Press 1985 0889321256 / 9780889321250 1st Paperback New 
The eighteen men who have been prime ministers of Canada since Confederation have been astonishingly different in background, character, their route to power, and in the impact they made in their own time and on ours. Some are etched in the national memory, such as Sir John A. Macdonald, the brilliant, bibulous, visionary leader who can be called the father of the country, and Sir Wilfrid Laurier, whose "sunny ways" led the country through its great flowering at the turn of the century. Others are fascinating in their ambiguous reputations - for example Mackenzied King, whose stodgy manner disguised a brilliantly manipulative politician determined to retain power and to preserve the country's unity. Others still are nearly forgotten, like the undeniably inadequate Sir Mackenzie Bowell, and the able, but disastrously uncompromising Arther Meighen. All these men from Macdonald to Mulroney have, in turn, played the leading role in the country's life, and they link together our knowledge of our history. 
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Contested grounds: Security and Conflict in the New Environmental Politics (Suny Series in International Environmental Policy and Theory), Daniel H. Deudney (ed.) & Richard A. Matthew (ed.).
16 Daniel H. Deudney (ed.) & Richard A. Matthew (ed.). Contested grounds: Security and Conflict in the New Environmental Politics (Suny Series in International Environmental Policy and Theory)
Albany: State University of New York Press 1999 0791441156 / 9780791441152 Hardbound New Not issued 1 x 6.2 x 9.5 inches 
Since the end of the Cold War, the relationship between international security and the environment has been subject to intensive policy concern, scholarly debate and research. Contested Grounds brings together many of the best known researchers on this emerging topic as they present sharply conflicting views on the relationship between the environment and security and conflict. The book puts the contemporary debate in historical and theoretical perspective by demonstrating the important, but overlooked, role that environmental factors have placed in historical developments and in earlier geopolitical theories. The contributors present diverse and often conflicting answers to three questions: What are the relationships between environmental change, degradation and protection and traditional natural security concepts and organizations? How useful are security concepts and organizations in mobilizing political responses to environmental problems? What role do environmental factors play in stimulating international conflict and cooperation? In-depth case studies on transboundary resource issues are explored as well as the implications of Chinese environmental decay for political conflict, and the use of military satellites for environmental monitoring. 
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Heavy Traffic: Deregulation, Trade, and Transformation in North American Trucking, Daniel Madar.
17 Daniel Madar. Heavy Traffic: Deregulation, Trade, and Transformation in North American Trucking
Vancouver: UBC Press 2000 0774807695 / 9780774807692 1st Hardbound New Not issued 2.5 x 16.5 x 23.5 cm 
Canada and the United States exchange the world's highest level of bilateral trade, valued at $1.4 billion a day. Two-thirds of this trade travels on trucks. Heavy Traffic examines the way in which the regulatory reform of American and Canadian trucking, coupled with free trade, has internationalized this vital industry. Before deregulation, restrictive entry rules had fostered two separate national highway transportation markets, and most international traffic had to be exchanged at the border. When the United States deregulated first, the imbalance between its opened market and Canada's still-restricted one produced a surprisingly difficult bilateral dispute. American deregulation was motivated by domestic incentives, but the subsequent Canadian deregulation blended domestic incentives with transborder rate comparisons and concerns about trade competitiveness. Daniel Madar shows that deregulation created a de facto regime of free trade in trucking services. Removing regulatory barriers has enabled Canadian and American carriers to follow the expansion of transborder traffic that began with the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement and continues with NAFTA. The services available with deregulated trucking have also supported sweeping changes in industrial logistics. As transborder traffic has surged, the two countries' carriers -- from billion-dollar corporations to family firms -- have exploited the latitude provided by deregulation. This book is a valuable contribution to our understanding of the policy processes and economic conditions that led to trucking deregulation. As a study in public policy formation and the international effects of reform, it will be of interest to students and scholars of political economy, international relations, and transportation. 
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Does the Elephant Dance?: Contemporary Indian Foreign Policy, David M. Malone.
18 David M. Malone. Does the Elephant Dance?: Contemporary Indian Foreign Policy
Oxford: Oxford University Press 2011 0199552029 / 9780199552023 1st Hardbound New New 9.5 x 1.4 x 6.4 inches 
Does the Elephant Dance? elegantly surveys key features of contemporary Indian foreign policy. David Malone identifies relevant aspects of Indian history, examines the role of domestic politics and internal and external security challenges, and of domestic and international economic factors. He analyzes the specifics of India's policy within its South Asian neighborhood, and with respect to China, the USA, West Asia, East Asia, Europe, and Russia as well as multilateral diplomacy. The book also touches on Indian ties to Africa and Latin America, and the Caribbean. India's 'soft power', the role of migration in its policy, and other cross-cutting issues are analyzed, as is the role and approach of several categories of foreign policy actors in India. Substantive conclusions touch on policies India may want or need to adjust in its quest for international stature. This book will appeal to both scholars and students of international relations as well as policymakers, diplomats, journalists, strategic affairs experts, and informed readers. 
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Value: The Representation of Labour in Capitalism, Diane Elson (ed.).
19 Diane Elson (ed.). Value: The Representation of Labour in Capitalism
New Jersey: Humanities Press 1980 0906336082 / 9780906336083 Paperback Like New (Sight shelf wearing) 8.5 x 5.7 x 0.7 inches 
This republication of a long out-of-print collection of essays, first published in 1979, focuses on the elusive concept of “value.” The field of study surrounding the theory of value remains comparatively sparse in Anglophone circles, and the essays here aim to answer the question, “Why is Marx’s theory of value important?” 
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Man in the Shadows: Inside the Middle East Crisis with a Man Who Led the Mossad, Efraim Halevy.
20 Efraim Halevy. Man in the Shadows: Inside the Middle East Crisis with a Man Who Led the Mossad
New York: St. Martin's Press 2006 031233771X / 9780312337711 1st Hard bound Like New Like New 6.3 x 1.1 x 9.5 inches 
Israel's Mossad is thought by many to be one of the most powerful intelligence agencies in the world. In Man in the Shadows, Efraim Halevy--a Mossad officer since 1961 and its chief between 1998 and 2002--provides an unprecedented portrait of the Middle East crisis. Having served as the secret envoy of prime ministers Rabin, Shamir, Netanyahu, Barak, and Sharon, Halevy was privy to many of the top-level negotiations that determined the progress of the region's struggle for peace during the years when the threat of Islamic terror became increasingly powerful. Informed by his extraordinary access, he writes candidly about the workings of the Mossad, the prime ministers he served under, and the other major players on the international stage: Yasir Arafat, Saddam Hussein, Hafiz al-Assad, Mu'amar Gadhafi, Bill Clinton, George H. W. Bush, and George W. Bush. From the vantage point of a chief in charge of a large organization, he frankly describes the difficulty of running an intelligence agency in a time when heads of state are immersed, as never before, in using intelligence to protect their nations while, at the same time, acting to protect themselves politically. Most important, he writes fiercely and without hesitation about how the world might achieve peace in the face of the growing threat from Islamic terrorist organizations. In this gripping inside look, Halevy opens his private dossier on events past and present: the assassination attempt by the Mossad on the life of Khaled Mashal, now the leader of Khammas; the negotiations surrounding the Israeli-Jordan Peace Accord and its importance for the stability of the region; figures in the CIA, like Jim Angleton and George Tenet, with whom he worked (Halevy even shares his feelings about Tenet's abrupt resignation). He tells the truth about what the Mossad really knew before 9/11. He writes candidly about assessing the threat of the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction in the region and beyond, and what this spells for the future of international stability and survival. He touches on the increasing visibility of the CIA in the Middle East and openly shares his misgivings about both the report of the 9/11 Commission and the Middle East road map to peace that was pressed on all sides of the conflict by the U.S. government. He looks at the terrorist attacks in Madrid and London and their far-reaching effects, and states the unthinkable: We have yet to see the worst of what the radical Islamic terrorists are capable of. Sure to be one of the year's most talked-about books, this fierce and intelligent account of will be a must-read for those looking to hear from a man who wielded his influence, in the shadows, to save the Middle East and the world from a never-ending cycle of violence and destruction. 
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