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The New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man

Editorial Review - Publishers Weekly - John Perkins

Conspiracy buffs are most likely to enjoy this updated version of a memoir that was a surprise bestseller in 2004; others, even those who believe that American economic policies have not been an unmitigated good for the developing world, will find Perkins’s allegations unpersuasive. In 1971, Perkins, a business school graduate who had served in the Peace Corps, was approached by a mysterious ... Read full review

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I lived my entire childhood in Saudi Arabia. Later, I lived 5 years in Ecuador, during the time that Perkins writes about. I saw the manipulations and events happen. I worked for another clandestine branch of the U.S. government for five years, and saw, became part of, and helped with events that were meant to, and succeeded in the process described by John Perkins. Reading this book, realizing the authenticity of it, I again felt that I was witnessing events that I already knew about.
In my opinion, no international spy novel even comes close to the excitement I felt on reading about the real thing.
 

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Truth is hard to accept
Great book, finaly one of them come to his senses and tells it as it is. Thanks! Enfin quelqu'un qui n'a pas peur de faire face a la vérité et a la partage.

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Great book

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A class act.
One of a kind confession
One that has come just at the right time as the public is now becoming more aware of the American atrocities .. or rather the American elites' 

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Confessions of an economic hitman
Nothing but the truth

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I can hardly believe that it could be a true story.

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the best book i ever read the best of the best thank you so much Mr John Perkins

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Necessary reading for anyone wanting to transform the world politically. One realizes what an uphill battle it will be to change what has already been done in "our name." Capitalism must become sustainable and more compassionate or the world is doomed to face 9/11 after 9/11.

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