Written by Joel Andreas, Addicted To War: Why the U.S. Can't Kick Militarism, is an illustrated exposé - a graphical history book - that takes on the most active, powerful and destructive military in the world. Packed with both wit and humor and citing source documents for quoted material used throughout the text, its 77 hard-hitting pages documents the history of U.S. foreign wars - from the Indian Wars to the current wars in Iraq and Afghanistan - explaining who benefits from these military adventures, who pays, and who dies.
Addicted to War has been used as a history textbook in hundreds of high schools and colleges. As an alternate to traditional textbooks, Addicted to War has been used in U.S. history courses, sociology and journalism studies, business courses, as well as Addiction Studies at colleges! Addicted to War is also available in Spanish from their web site and has been translated in several other languages.
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If you decide you would like to own a copy of Addicted to War for your personal use, purchase multiple copies to give as gifts, or would like to order classroom sets at bulk rate prices, please visit the price page on the official web site of Addicted to War for more information. While there, be sure to check out their two-hour video compilation titled "What I've Learned About U.S. Foreign Policy: The War Against the Third World.”