September 15th, 2008
A "timely, blistering critique... white-hot... Explosive fuel for the raging debate on oil prices."
October 20th, 2008
"In this thorough, readable takedown of Big Oil, the most profitable industry in the world, Juhasz (The Bush Agenda) exposes the ways in which a half dozen oil companies have achieved control over American families and U.S. politics, triggering environmental and humanitarian catastrophes they have no intention of resolving... Calling for a “Separation of Oil and State,” this excellent, wide-ranging study of disastrous monopoly capitalism should shake up notions that major energy players are interested in any alternative to more oil, money and power."
|The Christian Science Monitor|
by Brian Black, The Christian Science Monitor
October 23rd, 2008
"Juhasz’s work is a brave, groundbreaking case study of how national security can be compromised by the lifestyle we lead... A good first step toward true energy independence is to read this insightful book."
December 6th, 2008
"Thoroughly researched and lucidly written, it is a comprehensive summary of the myriad ways in which the US oil industry has damaged our country and our planet. From the earliest days of the Standard Oil monopoly to the current war in Iraq, Juhasz shows how Big Oil has manipulated governments, destroyed communities, fouled the environment and held nations hostage in their never ending effort to achieve ever greater profits at our expense."
|Talk About Crude|
by Antonia Juhasz, Washington Post
November 30th, 2008
Letter to the editor published in the Washington Post Book World correcting errors in Steve LeVine's Tyranny of Oil review.
|Full Length Response to Washington Post Review|
by Antonia Juhasz
November 20th, 2008
Juhasz corrects the many factual errors in journalist Steve LeVine's November 11 review of The Tyranny of Oil published in the Washington Post.
|San Francisco Bay Guardian|
by Ben Terrall, San Francisco Bay Guardian
May 8th, 2009
"Juhasz succeeds...and then some" in this "tightly-written overview of the rise of Big Oil, from its origins...to the era of the petroleum megacorporations busily destroying what's left of our biosphere via oil wars and Godzilla-sized carbon footprints."
© Antonia Juhasz