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LATIN AMERICA
RULERS AND RULED
IN THE US EMPIRE:  
Bankers, Zionists,
Militants
/ James Petras
A guide to understanding
the systemic dimensions
of the US empire: the
social forces which rule it,
the systemic politico-
economic and military
means whereby US
domination is assured,
and the current state and
possibility of resistance.
“Jim Petras is one of the best informed
political scientists of his generation.”—
Tom Brass, Editor, The Journal of
Peasant Studies, Cambridge
STATE TERRORISM   
AND THE UNITED
STATES: From
Counterinsurgency
to the War on
Terrorism
/ Frederick H. Gareau

"I have very much
appreciated Prof. Gareau's
fine book on state terror."
Noam Chomsky
"Frederick Gareau's State Terrorism and
the United States is an important,
courageous analysis of America's long
involvement in the training of foreign military
and police organizations in techniques of
torture, assassination, and ethnic
cleansing... Gareau's research and
documentation is path-breaking... "
Chalmers Johnson,
A LAND TO
DIE FOR
/ Binka Le Breton
The Brazilian struggle for land reform,
viewed through the assassination of
Afro-Brazilian priest, Padre Josimo.
Recently translated into Portuguese
with a preface by
Joao Stedile, leader
of the huge Brazilian landless
movement, the MST, and launched
from the Brazilian Congress.  "A
remarkable book."–
Antonio R.
Magalhaes
, former Vice-Minister of
Planning, Brazil."Recommended
Reading" –
Newsletter, Land Tenure
Center,
University of Wisconsin-
Madison  "A wonderful
book…gripping."  –
Sue Branford,
Specialist for Brazil, BBC World Service
GLOBAL
DEPRESSION
AND REGIONAL
WARS
/James Petras

This book exposes the
roots of the crisis in the
unsustainability of the
United States'
military-driven empire
building based on a volatile speculative
economy, and influenced by Zionist policy
makers committed to the colonialist state
of Israel.  Numerous chapters address the
impact on Latin America.
THE
NEO-CATHOLICS:  
Implementing Christian
Nationalism in America
/ Betty Clermont
The first neoconservatives—Irving Kristol,
Allan Bloom, and Francis Fukuyama—
were proponents of the philosopher Leo
Strauss, an émigré from Nazi Germany.
Strauss considered the ideal state as one
ruled by an intellectual elite with religion
used to mollify and control the masses.
Clermont includes several chapters on
John Paul II and Latin America.