Presidents' Body Counts: The Twelve Worst and Four Best American Presidents

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Speak No Evil About Presidents, so say most textbooks, journalists, commentators, and even some historians. Not in this book. Gives an eye opening look at all the evil done by presidents; mass murder, incompetence, and terrorism, and a look at the noblest presidents as well. Three presidents played a role in the genocide. Four presidents ignored genocides. Two presidents pardoned mass murderers; one is a war criminal and the other is a terrorist. Three presidents ordered mass torture of prisoners. Two living presidents may face war crimes trials. One president ran as the candidate for terrorists. One president was so incompetent, the White House was burned down by the enemy. Four presidents strongly despised by many were actually our greatest presidents. This is an insightful and damning expose.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Al Carroll

I'm Assistant Professor of American, American Indian, and Latin American history at Northern Virginia Community College and also taught at Arizona State University, St. Phillip's College, San Antonio College, and Hasanuddin University in Indonesia as a Fulbright Senior Scholar. Most of my work deals with war and peace, human rights issues, and religious bigotry. One can see evidence in my work of the influence of James Loewen, Linda Tuwahi Smith, Vine Deloria, Jack Forbes, Howard Zinn, and Noam Chomsky. I'm a longtime activist and volunteer researcher for NewAgeFraud.org and proud of all the people we've helped over the years to defend Native religious freedom.

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