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The Obama Syndome by Tariq Ali

The Obama Syndome

Description : Argues that the Obama administration has not offered much of a change from the George W. Bush years, citing the Wall Street bailout, a health-care bill with no teeth, an escalating war on terror, and the continued appeasement of Israel.

Subtitle : Surrender at Home, War Abroad

Authors : Tariq Ali

Published Date : 2011-09-01

Publisher : Verso Books

ISBN : 9781844677573

Page : 156 Pages

Categories : Political Science

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