Perpetual war is now widely accepted. Henry Kissinger’s unique apparently amoral approach to assertion of his and America’s power still casts a shadow on America, both domestically and across the world. This new book: Kissinger’s Shadow, The Long Reach of America’s Most Controversial Statesman, looks beyond his earned title of War Criminal to how not only America’s aggressive, executive-directed often secret wars were set in motion by him, but also into the lasting harm to democracy itself.

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