Review: Chasing Ghosts: Unconventional Warfare in American History


Chasing Ghosts: Unconventional Warfare in American History
Chasing Ghosts: Unconventional Warfare in American History by John J. Tierney Jr.
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

It appears I was the first person to check this book out of the Chicago public library and I was glad that I did. A nuanced and well researched look into Americas foray into unconventional warfare.From the founding of the country and our guerrilla wars against ourselves tho the confusion and uncertainty that marked Iraq and still hovers over Afghanistan, we see the repetitions that mark our disdain for but fascination with small wars.

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