Reviews of The Bu$h Agenda

“This is an infuriating book. It infuriates the way truth does when you get a cold splash of it and you learn how you’ve been taken. This is also a hopeful book. How the author manages this alchemy of outrage and uplift requires close attention and willingness to learn. Ms. Juhasz names names and doesn’t pull her punches. She has done her homework, filled in the gaps. She argues her case like a lawyer, and I’m glad she’s on our side.”
— Gary Corseri,

End This War For Oil Now
By David Cobb, The Eureka Times-Standard
January 4th, 2007
“Antonia Juhasz, one of America’s premier public intellectuals and an expert on international trade and economic policy…uses the words and actions of the Bush administration and his corporate cronies to present a clear and compelling analysis of the real goals and strategies they have for Iraq, the Middle East region, and the world.”

Red Pepper Magazine Review
By Jonathan Wright, Red Pepper Magazine
October 1st, 2006
“Antonia Juhasz’s detailed research and meticulous analysis unravel the fiscal and military instruments the Bush administration uses to control the world’s economic and political resources… The most appealing thing about this thesis is not just its readability, nor its striking insights, but its relevance to the interrelated campaigns against the WTO, globalization and multinational capitalism. This book explains why these instruments of US imperialism need to be fought.”

The Truth is Out There: Review of The Bush Agenda
By Nicholas Carby-Denning , Economic Justice News
September 1st, 2006
“This book is required reading for all who want a peek into the future of U.S. imperialism and the facts and analysis to stand up in defense of human rights around the world.”

Book/Mark Quarterly Review
By Russel Branca, Bookmark
August 9th, 2006
“A solid piece of academic scholarship, informed by a keen sense of what is essential and driven by a grand passion for justice.”

The Georgia Straight, Canada’s largest urban weekly reviews
By Derrick O’Keefe, The Georgia Straight
August 3rd, 2006
“One of the crispest, most insightful books yet to expose the Bush regime.”

Telling It Like It Is (And Doesn’t Need to Be)
By Gary Corseri, Dissident Voice
July 27th, 2006
“How the author manages this alchemy of outrage and uplift requires close attention and willingness to learn. Ms. Juhasz names names and doesn’t pull her punches. She has done her homework, filled in the gaps. She argues her case like a lawyer, and I’m glad she’s on our side.”

The Rainforest Action Network (RAN)
By RAN, Rainforest Action Network
June 21st, 2006
“Extensively researched and highly engaging, The Bush Agenda is a brilliant, informative analysis, revealing the hard truths about where the Bush administration and its corporate allies are leading the modern world—and what we can do about it.”

The Organiser-India
By Sandhya Jain, The Organiser-India
June 18th, 2006
“A meticulous expose of corporate America’s intentions in the Gulf…”

The North-Bay Bohemian (Interview)
By Peter Byrne, The North-Bay Bohemian
June 14th, 2006
“Lucid, fact-filled and nonrhetorical.”

The Morning Star-London
By John Moore, The Morning Star-London
May 29th, 2006
“Her greatest merit is to bring together the peace and the anti globalisation movements in a common cause.”

The Boulder Daily Camera
By Cathy B. Swanson, The Boulder Daily Camera
May 28th, 2006
Letter to the Editor
“War? Occupation is more accurate.”

Bloomberg News
By Edward Nawotka, The Bloomberg News
May 22nd, 2006
“Juhasz examines the role of multinational companies, such as Bechtel Group Inc., Lockheed Martin Corp., and Halliburton Co., in influencing U.S. foreign policy over the last 25 years and their role in the invasion, occupation and rebuilding of Iraq.”

Democracy Rising
By Kevin Zeese, Democracy Rising
May 7th, 2006

Alternet – Book Excerpt
By Antonia Juhasz, Alternet
May 5th, 2006
Excerpt from The Bush Agenda

By Joshua Holland, Alternet
May 5th, 2006
“As readable as it is deeply researched.”

The Boulder Daily Camera
By YOU, Boulder Daily Camera
May 3rd, 2006
Letter to the Editor
“A must-read for everyone over the age of 15.”