Book Review by James Wirtz of The End of Iraq: How American Incompetence Created a War without End
Wirtz, James J.
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Part memoir, part political diatribe, and part current history, Peter GalbraithÃ¢ s critique of the effort to bring democracy to Iraq is complex, discouraging, and not entirely consistent. In GalbraithÃ¢ s view, Iraq was held together by the sheer brutality of Saddam Hussein and his henchmen. By crushing the BaÃ¢ athists, the George W. Bush administration unleashed ethnic and religious forces that had been suppressed for decades.
Book review by James J. Wirtz of the book: The End of Iraq: American Incompetence Created a War Without End by Peter W. Galbraith. Riverside, NJ, Simon & Schuster, 2006. 272 pp. $26.00.
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