2006-01-30 - 10:39 a.m.
It's been a week of great non-fiction reading, starting with the Joe Mitchell, and then Karen Armstrong's beautiful memoir, and now the page-turner of the lot: John Perkin's Confessions of an Economic Hit Man.
I pray that Perkins is the real deal, and that he won't be exposed as a Frey-like liar or fraud. If what he has to say is true, this book could, if not change history, then at least shape public opinion in an ever more democratic and humanitarian direction.
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