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Richard A. Clarke
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Summary and Review of Against All Enemies by Richard A. Clark

Summary: This essay gives a summary and critical review of Richard A Clark's book "Against All Enemies." Against All Enemies, by Richard A Clarke, gives readers an insight on our federal government, especially during it's vulnerable stages, within the last few decades. After reading Clarke's book, I got the impression that his reason for writing was based upon his desire to allow his readers to see the government from his point of view.
Against All Enemies, Richard A. Clark

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Against All Enemies, by Richard A Clarke, gives readers an insight on our federal government, especially during it's vulnerable stages, within the last few decades. After reading Clarke's book, I got the impression that his reason for writing was based upon his desire to allow his readers to see the government from his point of view. Clarke gave his readers detailed descriptions of America's involvement with the Islamic World in the past, which leads up to today. Another point that Clarke seemed to stress throughout Against All Enemies, was his thoughts on how the Bush Administration did not respond correctly to terrorism and should have been focusing on Al Qaeda from the beginning.

Although Richard A. Clarke comes off rather biased at some points within his writing, he...

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