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The Good war? / John Stockwell.

Program Title:
The Good war? / John Stockwell.
PRA Archive #: 
SZ0624
Description: 

Talk by former CIA agent John Stockwell. He examines the Gulf War, 1990-1991, within the history of American foreign policy and the reasoning of National Security. He discusses what he sees as the phony drug war, the 15 major wars conducted by the United States in the past 50 years, the desire for quick wars where the American casualties are low. He concludes with a portrait of George Bush and the United States as the Pretorian Guard for a New World Order--which signals a decline in freedoms around the world.|THE GOOD WAR? / John Stockwell. - Talk by for CIA agent which examines the role of the U.S.-Iraq war within the history of American foreign policy and the reasoning of National Security. He discusses what he sees as the phony drug war, the 15 major wars conducted by the U.S. in the past 50 years, the desire for quick wars where the American casualties are low. He concludes with a portrait of George Bush and the U.S. as the pretorian guard for a New World Order--which signals a decline in freedoms around the world. - RECORDED: Santa Cruz, 20 Feb. 1991.

Date Recorded on: 
Santa Cruz, California, 20 Feb. 1991.
Date Broadcast on: 
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Item duration: 
2 reels (86 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|86:00
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1991.
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