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Why Are We the Good Guys by David Cromwell

Why Are We the Good Guys

Description : A provocative challenge to the standard ideology that Western power is a benevolent force in the world.

Subtitle : Reclaiming Your Mind from the Delusions of Propaganda

Authors : David Cromwell

Published Date : 2012

Publisher : John Hunt Publishing

ISBN : 9781780993652

Page : 316 Pages

Categories : Political Science

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