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Book Review of The Economics of Killing

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Linda Hartling, Director of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies has reviewed Vijay Mehta (Chair of Uniting for Peace) book ‘The Economics of Killing’

BRAVO! This bold, breakthrough book analyzes the mysterious, insidious, and endlessly self-legitimizing war industry.

Author Vijay Mehta takes us through the backroom deals and living room lies that hide the voracious appetite of the profit-no-matter-
what-the-cost military machine. This book can help anyone see through the addictive dynamics of militarism, which is the greatest economic vampire of our time!

Closing with a 25-page list of Global Peace Organizations, Mehta gives us hope that each one of us can do something now, before it is too late for all of us! BRAVO!

Linda Hartling, Director of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies has reviewed Vijay Mehta (Chair of Uniting for Peace) book ‘The Economics of Killing’

BRAVO! This bold, breakthrough book analyzes the mysterious, insidious, and endlessly self-legitimizing war industry.

Author Vijay Mehta takes us through the backroom deals and living room lies that hide the voracious appetite of the profit-no-matter-
what-the-cost military machine. This book can help anyone see through the addictive dynamics of militarism, which is the greatest economic vampire of our time!

Closing with a 25-page list of Global Peace Organizations, Mehta gives us hope that each one of us can do something now, before it is too late for all of us! BRAVO!