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American public was urged to support a war for reasons that turned out later to be scarcely credible As law professor John uigley amply demonstrates in this damning indictment of US military interventionism since World War II the Bush administration’s actions fit a decades old pattern of going to war on a pretense rather than informing the public of the government’s true intentionsThis newly updated and revised paperback edition of The Ruses for War analyzes each instance of military intervention abroad by the United States since World War II from the perspective of what the government told the public or did not tell it about the reasons for war uigley concludes that the.

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