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Iraq, Inc. by Pratap Chatterjee

Iraq, Inc.

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Iraq, Inc. by Pratap Chatterjee
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Nov 02, 2004 | ISBN 9781583226674

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“Combining on-the-ground reportage with documentary sources, Chatterjee probes every aspect of the reconstruction of Iraq, and wherever the managing editor of CorpWatch looks—from the education and health systems to the host of contractors providing security guards and interrogators—he finds the same failings: delays, disastrous under-performance, blatant over-charging … There’s the raw material here for a Michael Moore film or a collaboration between David Hare and the ghost of Brecht. But Chatterjee is content to leave it raw.” –The Guardian, UK

“Pratap Chatterjee takes us into the fast-spinning revolving door between the government officials who attacked Iraq and the corporations who have profited so handsomely from the war. A powerful combination of investigative research and on-the-ground reporting, Iraq, Inc. is essential reading for anyone who wants to know what has really gone wrong in Iraq.” ” –Naomi Klein, author of No Logo and columnist for The Nation

“This book exposes the truly tragic dimensions of the U.S. failure in Iraq, especially how the post-war reconstruction efforts have alienated the Iraqi people even as they’ve funneled billions of dollars into the pockets of well-connected U.S. companies like Halliburton and Bechtel.” –David Weir co-founder of the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR), former Managing Editor of Mother Jones, and Visiting Professor in Journalism, Stanford University

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