LETTERS AGAINST THE WAR



 


by Tiziano Terzani



107 pages                



“What would day be like without night? Or life without death? What would happen to good if Bush manages to keep his promise and wipe out from the world all evil?"


Tiziano Terzani is an experienced Italian journalist who has known war in many places. This book, besides harshly criticizing the Bush administration’s war plans, is an eloquent plea for peace. It has been published in various languages and is widely read in Europe. No British or American print publisher has been willing to risk it, however. So Terzani had it translated at his own expense and has made it available free of charge on the Internet.

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