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Paper Soldiers by Saleha Mohsin
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Mar 19, 2024 | ISBN 9780593539118

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Paper Soldiers is a deeply reported, authoritative examination of Washington’s hidden power center — the U.S. Treasury — and how the men and women who’ve overseen it have helped turn the U.S. dollar into a powerful, contentious, and ultimately risky weapon of global influence. A must-read book for anyone looking to go beyond the headlines and truly understand how power works in Washington.” 
Joshua Green, #1 NYT bestselling author of Devil’s Bargain, and a writer for Bloomberg Businessweek 
“With thorough reporting and enlightening, propulsive writing, Saleha Mohsin ushers readers into the gilded rooms and global hotspots where the American dollar has shaped history. A brilliant feat of explanatory journalism.” 
 — Toluse Olorunnipa, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of His Name Is George Floyd: One Man’s Life and the Struggle for Racial Justice
“Saleha Mohsin expertly guides us through the last several decades of mistakes and triumphs in our dollar policy with meticulous fly-on-the-wall detail. The result is a vital read for anyone who worries that the best days for the dollar are behind us.” 
Jesse Eisinger, Pulitzer Prize winner, author of The Chickenshit Club, and a senior editor and reporter at ProPublica

“Essential reading… [Paper Soldiers] brings to life the narrative of how Treasury officials have used the U.S. dollar as a tool of American foreign policy over the last three decades — along with the hazards that has created”
— Neil Irwin, author of The Alchemist

Anthony Scaramucci, founder of SkyBridge and former White House Director of Communications

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