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James Petras On The Israeli Lobby, Occupied Palestine And Us-Israeli Militarism

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Over his long distinguished career, James Petras authored hundreds of articles and dozens of books on many topics, including the power of the Israeli Lobby, Occupied Palestine and US-Israeli militarism. This chapter reviews in depth some of his current writing and analysis from three of his recent books: The Power of the Israeli Lobby in the US, Rulers and Ruled in the US Empire, and Zionism, Militarism and the Decline of US Power. The Power of Israel in the US (2006) is a work of epic writing documenting the influence of the most powerful lobby in Washington. Rulers and Ruled in the US Empire discusses systemic dimensions of the US state, evolving changes in the American ruling class, its corporatist system, the use of force and genocidal carnage, Latin American relations and regional events, as well as the power of the Israeli Lobby.

Keywords: Israeli Lobby; James Petras; Palestine; US-Israeli militarism; Zionism



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