An author's battle with where he grew up, who he is, and where he's at.
A book that shows how the USA and some of their media hide victims when necessary and bow to profit.
Chomsky talks about the most current pressing matters currently on Earth, mainly the climate catastrophe and the threat of nuclear annihilation.
This excellent book on CIA, coups, and assassinations, is weighed, loaded with fact, and is (remarkably so) briefly written.
Terrific writing from a masterful historian makes this another great addition to the pantheon of books about World War II and human nature.
Youthfully sprawled but too free, a somewhat interesting portrait of Vonnegut's masterpiece.