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Summary: Crimes Against Nature: Review and Analysis of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s Book

The must-read summary of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s book: “Crimes Against Nature: How George W. Bush and His Corporate Pals Are Plundering the Country and Hijacking our Democracy”.

This complete summary of "Crimes Against Nature" by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., a media personality and environmental activist, outlines the writer's argument that the Bush Administration has privileged corporate greed and has neglected to respect law, public health, and even long term economic vitality. He states that national security is at risk and that corporate capitalism has trampled free-market democracy.

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To learn more, read "Crimes Against Nature" and discover how the Bush administration endangered national security and ignored economic and environmental issues.

Publisher: Primento Digital ISBN: 9782511000526 Pages: 44