Required reading for the current time and times past. Smedley Butler was a brave, rousing, American soldier. His experiences and observations from the 1930s, echo into many foreign and domestic policies and hotspots making headlines today. It’s sort of like a confession of an economic hitman 40 years before John Perkins wrote his book. It’s daring and threadbare in showing the unvarnished aftermath and policies that guided men and nations to war then, before then, and today. Until the 1950s, this book was in American classrooms. It still ought to be. Since it printing, little of its force has been lost.
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