By Joel Andreas
"I hugely suggest [Addicted to War] to somebody who's drawn to studying the reality approximately US wars."—Glenn Greenwald, writer of No position to conceal: Edward Snowden, The NSA and The U.S. Surveillance State
"This is an important comedian booklet ever written. . . . it really is my wish that you simply learn this booklet and cross it alongside to as many folks as you can."—Woody Harrelson, actor
Updates comprise Barack Obama's drone wars, Chelsea Manning and wikileaks, records on army spending;,and the continuing expenses and results of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Joel Andreas teaches sociology at Johns Hopkins University.
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