American Coup: Martial Life and the Invisible Sabotage of the Constitution (2020)

American Coup: Martial Life and the Invisible Sabotage of the Constitution William M. Arkin American Coup Martial Life and the Invisible Sabotage of the Constitution A stunning exploration of the subtle erosion of freedom in an age of concocted fear and de facto military authority When we think of a military coup the first image that comes to mind is a general s
  • Title: American Coup: Martial Life and the Invisible Sabotage of the Constitution
  • Author: William M. Arkin
  • ISBN: 9780316251242
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Hardcover
American Coup: Martial Life and the Invisible Sabotage of the Constitution William M. Arkin A stunning exploration of the subtle erosion of freedom in an age of concocted fear and de facto military authority When we think of a military coup, the first image that comes to mind is a general, standing at a podium with a flag behind him, declaring the deposing of elected leaders and the institution of martial law.Think again.In AMERICAN COUP, William Arkin revealsA stunning exploration of the subtle erosion of freedom in an age of concocted fear and de facto military authority When we think of a military coup, the first image that comes to mind is a general, standing at a podium with a flag behind him, declaring the deposing of elected leaders and the institution of martial law.Think again.In AMERICAN COUP, William Arkin reveals the desk bound takeover of the highest reaches of government by a coterie of grey men of the national security establishment Operating between the lines of the Constitution this powerful and unelected group fights to save the nation from terror and weapons of mass destruction while at the same time modifying and undermining the very essence of the country Many books are written about secrecy, surveillance, and government law breaking none so powerfully expose the truth of everyday life in this state of war.
American Coup: Martial Life and the Invisible Sabotage of the Constitution William M. Arkin

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  1. Christopher

    Essentially We now live in a time of forever war The worry about the government instituting martial law is sooo 1990 s because we now truly live a martial life And we ve accepted it There is no over there any when it comes to the militarization of our lives Over there is here We live to assist the government in everything See something, say something And the bottom line of everything that the government does in the name of national security is not to serve, protect, or assist you but to preserve [...]

  2. Kelly W

    This book will either send you off in a frenzied search for your tin foil conspiracy hat to begin amassing a personal arsenal or make you sadly shake your head and say I thought as much In deep detail, the author describes how the US has arrived at a permanent war footing since 9 11 It started, innocently enough, decades ago and has been expanded through successive administrations An octopus like shadow government has been built, using such innocuous phrases as continuity of government and homel [...]

  3. Mark

    Dated already by the Snowden disclosures within months of its release this book looks mostly at the Hurricane Katrina crisis as a means of exposing the alphabet soup of federal agencies which comprise the program of federal continuity in national emergencies Except that it is written by somewhat of an insider, and it barely touches on any of the issues exposed in such detail by Snowden, and it might as well have hardly a thing to do with any of that except that it does not set the NSA as the tar [...]

  4. Steve

    The author tries to be sensationalistic by merely trying to overly simplify a complex and perhaps archaic set of facts regarding oft conflicting laws, organizations, charters and concepts He wants us to believe that all of the rhetorical and verbal documented chaos is some grand conspiracy meant to dupe American citizens He clearly is trying to be an alarmist without accepting the equal responsibility of offering up solutions Just complain, shake your head in disgust, tsk tsk it away and go orde [...]

  5. Andrew Vail

    I liked this book but I have found out, books like this are not my type I recommend this book to people who enjoy factual readings especially about government.

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