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International diplomacy and United States national policies.

0761833374

International diplomacy and United States national policies.

Ficarra, Bernard J.

Hamilton Books

2006

162 pages

$30.00

Paperback

JK468

Ficarra (former president of the Catholic Academy of Sciences in the US) leaves little doubt as to where his barbs are aimed in this religiously toned jeremiad against "neo-democracy" in the United States. In addition to calling for rebuilding "an effective, honorable, well-balanced international systematized policy of untainted diplomacy gravid with truth and anchored by honesty," he also attacks unbridled business greed, abortion, the failure to address drug abuse, George W. Bush's warmongering, and other perceived ills. Hamilton Books is an imprint of Rowman & Littlefield.

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