One Nation Under Contract

One Nation Under Contract

The Outsourcing of American Power and the Future of Foreign Policy

Book - 2009
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Allison Stanger examines the American government's approach to outsourcing, discussing the evolution of military outsourcing, the privatization of diplomacy, and homeland security; and offering an alternative approach.
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, c2009.
ISBN: 9780300152654
0300152655
Branch Call Number: 327.73 STANG
Characteristics: xiii, 242 p. ; 24 cm.

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StarGladiator
Jul 05, 2016

GIGO. Most applicable. The fantastic premise of this highly misguided book, is that everything must be taken at face value: Bush really knew what he was doing?! Cheney was really an adult and honorable?!
The Iraq War was really about what they claimed it was !?
The fact that there still exist Americans who actually accepted Bush's completely falsified military record [he went through USAF enlisted basic training, he never qualifed as an officer - - never attended USAF Pilot School, et cetera] is mind-boggling!
[FYI to author: The Hamilton Project at Brookings - - from whence came too many Obama appontees - - is about the privatization of everything! The Heritage Foundation is about the privatization of everything. Cato Institute is about the privatization of everything.
Unless all is privatized, one cannot continue to claim that all those missing trillions of dollars at the DoD cannot be accounted for? [Last count, over $12 trillion.]

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