March 29, 2008

Books of note: Made Love, Got War

Since he was first under FBI surveillance at age 14 in the mid-1960s, Norman Solomon has been on a collision course with what he calls "the warfare state." In recent years -- with his books War Made Easy and Target Iraq and with frequent appearances on TV and radio --Solomon has cemented his reputation as (in the words of the Los Angeles Times) "a formidable thinker and activist."

His new book, MADE LOVE, GOT WAR: Close Encounters with America's Warfare State (PoliPointPress, $24.95, hardcover, October 2007, ISBN: 978-0-9778253-4-9), is a more personal account of the author's four decades of trying to stop his country's march to one war after another.

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