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Christopher Hitchens was a contributing editor to "Vanity Fair, " "Slate," and "The Atlantic," and the author of numerous books, including works on Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, and George Orwell. He also wrote the international bestsellers "god Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything," "Hitch-22: A Memoir," and "Arguably." He died in December 2011.
"I find it contemptible."--Henry Kissinger "Hitchens is a brilliant polemicist and a tireless reporter. Both sets of skills are on display throughout this book as he presents damning documentary evidence against Kissinger in case after case." ""San Francisco Chronicle """ "A disturbing glimpse into the dark side of American power, whose consequences in remote corners of the globe are all too often ignored. Its countless victims have found an impassioned and skillful advocate in Christopher Hitchens." ""Sunday Times" (London)"" "An eloquent and devastating indictment of Henry Kissinger's involvement in the war in Indochina, genocide in East Timor, and many other acts of indiscriminate murder." ""Village Voice""" "This book is so studiedly defamatory that if Kissinger values his reputation, he really must sue." "Literary Review"" "I find it contemptible." "Henry Kissinger""