by Jack Barnes
In "Opening Guns of World War III: Washington's Assault on Iraq," Socialist Workers Party leader Jack Barnes explains that the U.S. government's murderous assault on Iraq in 1990-91 heralded increasingly sharp conflicts among imperialist powers, the rise of rightist and fascist forces, growing instability of international capitalism, and more wars.
Also includes 1945: When U.S. Troops said "No!" by Mary-Alice Waters
Lessons from the Iran-Iraq War by Samad Sharif
Paperback: 333 pages