This item state of war the secret history of the cia and the bush administration by james risen paperback 1700 only 12 left in stock more on the way ships from and sold by amazoncom. State of war the secret history of the cia and the bush administration is documentary review written by pulitzer prize winning american journalist for the new york times james risen the book was released on january 3 2006. Extremely concise and with a brisk paced narrative this book examines the failures of the cia the pentagon and the white house during the war in iraq it focuses on the main players in george bush jrs presidency with narratives created from unnamed sources from within government circles. Yet beneath the surface events of the bush presidency lies a secret history that involves domestic spying abuses of power and outrageous operations it includes a cia that became caught in a political crossfire that it could not withstand and what it did to respond. State of war reveals this hidden history for the first time including scandals that will redefine the bush presidency james risen has covered national security for the new york times for years based on extraordinary sources from top to bottom in washington and around the world drawn from dozens of interviews with key figures in the national security community this book exposes an explosive chain of events
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