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Gripping, up-to-the-minute report on America's most urgent national struggle today, as seen through the eyes of the U.S. servicemen and Iraqis who are trying to make a new country out of the most dangerous place in the world; distinct contrast to the gloomy picture of America's presence in this war zone so often painted by the mainstream media.



Dawn Over Baghdad


About Book Dawn Over Baghdad

Front MatterFront CoverTitle PageCopyright PageDedication PageCONTENTSINTRODUCTION. AMERICA'S WARRIOR CLASSTROOPER TALENTYES MEN, NOCITIZEN SOLDIERSMILITARY CULTURE1. CRACKDOWNFIGHTING FIRE WITH FIRESTRIKE, COUNTERSTRIKESECURITY BLANKET2. THE RECONSTRUCTION BUSINESSIMAM TROUBLESCORDON AND SEARCHWALKING A TIGHTROPEFIXER FIGHTERS3. DEMOCRACY SCHOOLREADING THE RIOT ACTSHEIKDOWNSEEDS OF DEMOCRACYTHE SELF-RULE REVOLUTIONTHE UPSIDE OF IRAQ'S DIVISIONSLEARNING TO LIKE SHIITES4. WHAT ORDINARY IRAQIS WANTNO NEED FOR NIGHTMARESTHE UN-FANATICSUNPOPULAR INSURGENTS5. THE CHARACTER TESTLOOK TO WASHINGTON, NOT D.C.THE RESPONSIBILITY GAPPOLITICS AND RELIGIONINDIVIDUAL SCRUPLES, COLLECTIVE SUCCESSTHE POWER OF LINKED ARMS6. MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEXOUR NEEDLE-NOSE SYNDROMETHE WAR ON CHOPPERSBRICKS AND MORTARGETTING BABYLON BACK IN BUSINESSIN THE ARMORED CARPOOLDUEL IN THE ARTILLERY FACTORYMARKET JITTERSPOWER TO THE PEOPLEIRAQI IMPORTSWEAPONS SCIENTISTS IN WATERTOWN7. GUERILLA LESSONSFOLLOWING THE INFANTRYLOTS OF FIGHTING LEFTNEW BLOODBALANCING THE HARD AND THE SOFTAVOIDING DEPENDENCY8. HERE WE COMERAIDING THE RAIDERSDREAMLANDIN THE SNAKE PITWALKING FALLUJAHCAN WE AFFORD IT?THANKS FOR NOTHINGNEW FRIENDS FOR OLD9. WHAT IT TAKES TO WINHARD-FOUGHT VICTORYTHE PROPAGANDA SHOPCOMING HOMEUNDODGEABLE REALITYTHE STRUGGLE OF WILLSAUTHOR'S NOTETHE MEDIA WARWHY IRAQ?NEGATIVITY WITHOUT BALANCEDISTORTION DANGERSLIFE ON URANUSTHEY REPORT, THEY DECIDE?
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