The President of Good & Evil: Questioning the Ethics of George W. Bush by Peter Singer

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The President of Good & Evil: Questioning the Ethics of George W. Bush

'“A chilling and powerful intellectual indictment of an administration desperate to cover up the damage it inflicts.” —David Corn, author of The Lies of George W. Bush and Washington bureau chief of Mother Jones “Peter Singer speaks softly and carries a big stick. Even Bush supporters will have to admit that, in an age of diatribe, this book elevates the level of political discourse. The more American voters who read it, the better.” —Robert Wright, author of Nonzero and The Moral Animal    “Peter Singer has ripped the sanctimonious, preachy bark off George W. Bush and exposed it for what it is: greed posing as ‘ethics,’ duplicity posing as morality, and confused bellicosity as a ‘war against evil.’ Bravo for Singer!” —Greg Palast, author of The New York Times bestselling The Best Democracy Money Can Buy   “Peter Singer may be the most controversial philosopher alive; he is certainly among the most influential.” —The New Yorker  '
'“A chilling and powerful intellectual indictment of an administration desperate to cover up the damage it inflicts.” —David Corn, author of The Lies of George W. Bush and Washington bureau chief of Mother Jones “Peter Singer speaks softly and carries a big stick. Even Bush supporters will have to admit that, in an age of diatribe, this book elevates the level of political discourse. The more American voters who read it, the better.” —Robert Wright, author of Nonzero and The Moral Animal    “Peter Singer has ripped the sanctimonious, preachy bark off George W. Bush and exposed it for what it is: greed posing as ‘ethics,’ duplicity posing as morality, and confused bellicosity as a ‘war against evil.’ Bravo for Singer!” —Greg Palast, author of The New York Times bestselling The Best Democracy Money Can Buy   “Peter Singer may be the most controversial philosopher alive; he is certainly among the most influential.” —The New Yorker  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504005098 Pages: 281