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Author Norman Solomon author of new book "War Made Invisible"

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Best-selling author Norman Solomon's just-released new book "WAR MADE INVISIBLE: How America Hides the Human Toll of Its Military Machine" provides extensive background information and analysis of what has happened to others charged with illegal disclosure of U.S. government “national security” information in recent years. Solomon’s new book chronicles many previous cases of the federal prosecution of Americans for disclosing top-secret information. From Iraq through Afghanistan and Syria and on to little-known deployments in a range of countries around the globe, the United States has been at perpetual war for at least the past two decades. Yet many of these forays remain still off the radar of average Americans.  In a starred review, Kirkus Reviews called it “a powerful, necessary indictment of efforts to disguise the human toll of American foreign policy.”

     Author Norman Solomon  is the author of more than a dozen books on media, politics, and foreign policy. He’s the founder of the Institute for Public Accuracy and national director of the online organization RootsAction.org for 17 years. He wrote the weekly syndicated column “Media Beat,” which appeared in major newspapers across the country. Norman has written for the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, The Nation and many other newspapers and magazines.

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