An extraordinary, real-life tale of international intrigue and corruption, "Confessions of an Economic Hitman" reveals the hidden mechanics of imperial control behind such major international events as the fall of the Shah, the death of Panamanian president Omar Torrijos, and the invasions of Panama and Iraq, as well as providing an inside view of the corrupt U.S.-Saudi Arabian relationship. This book reveals the story of one man's personal journey, from eager servant of empire to impassioned advocate for the rights of oppressed people.
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