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America Alone

The End of the World as We Know It

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Publisher: Regnery Publishing, Inc.

4.4
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Language:English | Number of Pages: 214 | Format: Hardcover

Isbn-10: 0895260786 | Isbn-13: 9780895260789 | Publish date: 

Also available as: Paperback , Audio CD , eBook

Category: Non-fiction

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Book Description
In this, his first major book, Mark Steyn--probably the most widely read, and wittiest, columnist in the English-speaking world--takes on the great poison of the twenty-first century: the anti-Americanism that fuels both Old Europe and radical Islam. America, Steyn argues, will have to stand alone. The world will be divided between America and the rest; and for our sake America had better win.
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    Steyn is a neocon.

    And while he gives few if no answers to the questions he turns to America about her loneliness in present and future foreign affairs; while he also does not involves Europe and Europeans in this ...continue

    And while he gives few if no answers to the questions he turns to America about her loneliness in present and future foreign affairs; while he also does not involves Europe and Europeans in this debate, like they're already lost to a decaying demography and actually the Islamization of their societies; while all this and some nasty humour, Mark Steyn offers an invaluable contribution on a debate that is both hot and urgent.

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  • 5

    El tema central del ensayo es el enfrentamiento político, económico, cultural y social entre el mundo musulmán, Europa, Canadá y los EEUU. Es un ensayo parcial, arbitrario, imprescindible, mordaz ...continue

    El tema central del ensayo es el enfrentamiento político, económico, cultural y social entre el mundo musulmán, Europa, Canadá y los EEUU. Es un ensayo parcial, arbitrario, imprescindible, mordaz y ocurrente, lleno de polémicas y diatribas, se lee con suma facilidad y proporciona material de reflexión a raudales. Se recuerda y echa de menos a la llorada e insustituible Oriana Fallaci, mucho más culta, menos partidista y aún más intensa. Pero a todas luces es una obra necesaria, vigorosa, cuestionable y apasionante.

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