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Table of Contents

CONTENTS

FOREWORD by David Barsamian

INTRODUCTION

PART ONE: HISTORICAL CONTEXT

1. Destroying a State: U.S. Policy Before September 11, 2001

PART 2: REGIME CHANGE AND IT’S CONSEQUENCES

2. Bombs, Threats, and Torture: Afghanistan Becomes a U.S. Target

3. Replacing One Brutal Regime with Another:
The Return of the Warlords

4. A Client “Democracy”: Reshaping Afghan Politics

PART THREE: RHETORIC VERSUS REALITY

5. “Liberation” Rhetoric and Burqa Obsessions:
Objectifying Afghan Women

6. The Propaganda of Silence: Impunity and the Mass Media

7. Power, Prestige, and Pipelines: The Uses of Afghanistan

EPILOGUE

From the Belly of the Beast: Activism and Solidarity

NOTES
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
INDEX
ABOUT THE AUTHORS

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