New Arrivals · Politics

November 9, 2019
These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

Postgate : how the Washington Post betrayed deep throat, covered up Watergate, and began today's partisan advocacy journalism

November 8, 2019
O'Connor, John, author.
Nashville, TN : Post Hill Press, 2019.
304 pages ; 22 cm
The conventional wisdom of Watergate is turned on its head by Postgate, revealing that the Post did not uncover Watergate as much as it covered it up. The Nixon Administration, itself involved in a coverup, was the victim of a journalistic smoke-screen that prevented mitigation of its criminal guilt. As a result of the paper's successful misdirection, today's strikingly deceptive partisan journalism can be laid at the doorstep of the Washington Post.

Art and race matters : the career of Robert Colescott

November 8, 2019
251 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; 32 cm
Exhibition schedule: Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati: September 20, 2019-January 12, 2020; Portland Art Museum, Oregon: February 15-May 17, 2020; Chicago Cultural Center, Illinois: June 20-September 27, 2020; Akron Art Museum, Ohio: October 25, 2020-January 31, 2021; Sarasota Museum of Art, Florida: March-June 2021.
"Published on the occasion of the exhibition Art and race matters: the career of Robert Colescott, organized by the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati"--Colophon.
Robert Colescott: the untold story / Matthew Weseley -- Colescott in the 1980s and '90s: stranger in a strange land / Lowery Stokes Sims -- Robert Colescott and family: making an artist / Lauren Mcintosh Walrod -- Robert Colescott: pride and prejudice--a memory / Mitchell D. Kahan -- Pleased to remember / Mary Lovelace O'Neal -- Robert Colescott then and now / Miriam Roberts -- Making Carrie Mae Weems's Framed by Modernism: a conversation / Carrie Mae Weems, Lowery Stokes Sims -- Reminiscences / Alfred J Quiroz, John Louder, Leon Dockery, Ramsay Bell Breslin -- Interview with Jordan and Arlene Schnitzer / Jordan Schnitzer, Arlene Schnitzer -- Those Africans look like white elephants: an interview with Robert Colescott / Joe Lewis -- Black humor squared / Richard J. Powell -- Reckoning with Robert Colescott / Barry Linderman -- Selection of writings / Robert Colescott.
"The most comprehensive volume devoted to the life and work of pioneering African American artist Robert Colescott, accompanying the largest traveling exhibition of his work ever mounted. Robert Colescott (1925-2009) was a trailblazing artist, whose august career was as unique as his singular artistic style. Known for figurative satirical paintings that exposed the ugly ironies of race in America from the 1970s through the late 1990s, his work was profoundly influential to the generations of artists that have followed him, such as Kara Walker, Kehinde Wiley, and Henry Taylor, among many others. This volume surveys the entirety of Colescott's body of work, with contributions by more than ten curators and writers, including a substantive essay by the show's cocurator, the renowned Lowery Stokes Sims. It provides a detailed stylistic analysis of his politically inflected oeuvre, focusing on Colescott's own consideration of his work in the context of the grand traditions of European painting and contemporary polemic. In addition, the book features reminiscences and thought pieces by a variety of family, friends, students, curators, dealers, and scholars on his work as well as a selection of writings by the artist himself. Relying on previously unpublished transcripts of lectures, reviews, and archival materials provided by institutions and individuals, the book will provide a fuller story of the artist's life and career." --Publisher's website.

To the world with love signed, the American Christian : having a form of religion but denying its power

November 6, 2019
Dailey, Linda, author.
Bloomington, IN WestBow Press, 2018.
x, 99 pages ; 24 cm
Deception is among us -- The Lord's prayer for us all -- When the color line was erased: the Azusa Street revival -- The letter from a Birmingham jail -- The real axis of evil: prejudice, bigotry and racism -- Can America learn to love? -- How to forgive the unforgivable -- Our faith is on life support -- Reformation precedes revival -- The authority of the believer.
"Although there is a war raging for the soul of my nation, I forget that 'evil flourishes when good men sit idly by and do nothing.' Many don't discern that our last stand against the great evil arising is a Sunday morning not branded as 'the most segregated hour in America,' penned by Martin Luther King Jr. Love is the most powerful force in the universe. The entire earth is quaking and awaiting the manifestation of the sons of God"--Back cover.

Threads of life : a history of the world through the eye of a needle

November 4, 2019
Hunter, Clare, author.
New York : Abrams Press, [2019]
xi, 306 pages ; 22 cm
Beginning -- Unknown -- Power -- Frailty -- Captivity -- Identity -- Connection -- Protect -- Journey -- Protest -- Loss -- Community -- Place -- Value -- Art -- Work -- Voice -- Ending.
From the political propaganda of the Bayeux Tapestry, World War I soldiers coping with PTSD, to the AIDS quilt, Hmong story clothes, and pink pussyhats, women and men have used the language of sewing to make their voices heard, even in the most desperate of circumstances. Hunter chronicles how identity, protest, memory, power, and politics can be told through the stories of needlework. She takes us over centuries and across continents to celebrate the age-old, universal, and under-explored beauty and power of sewing. -- adapted from jacket

The cult of Trump : a leading cult expert explains how the President uses mind control

November 1, 2019
Hassan, Steven, author.
New York : Free Press, 2019.
xix, 296 pages ; 24 cm
"One of America's leading experts in cults and mind-control provides an eye-opening analysis of Trump and the indoctrination tactics he uses to build a fanatical devotion in his supporters"-- Provided by publisher.

Border wars : inside Trump's assault on immigration

November 1, 2019
Davis, Julie Hirschfeld, 1975- author.
New York : Simon & Schuster, 2019
viii, 466 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Prologue -- The vessel -- Breaking the apology-retreat cycle -- The Hamilton group -- Forty-three minutes -- "Bring out the crazies" -- A fucking watered-down version" -- Shackles off -- Angels and demons -- No legal basis -- The Trump effect fades -- The Admiral's almanac -- Refugees not welcome -- A not-so-global compact -- Blind spot -- No way out -- Life in two-year increments -- Forced removal -- "Just bite the bullet" -- "Shithole countries" -- Ash and trash -- "No more DACA deal!" -- Zero tolerance -- Reverse boomerang -- Always a bomb thrower -- "You've kidnapped our kids" -- Evelyn and Amber -- "Pencils down" -- Use of force -- Hijacking the midterms -- Mexican standoff -- Shutdown -- "We've wasted the last two years" -- The purge -- Epilogue.
"Two New York Times Washington correspondents provide an inside account with never-before-told stories of the defining issue of Donald Trump's presidency: his steadfast opposition to immigration to the US. Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Michael D. Shear have covered the Trump administration from its earliest days. In Border Wars, they take readers inside the White House to document how Trump and his allies blocked asylum-seekers and refugees, separated families, threatened deportation and sought to erode the longstanding bipartisan consensus that immigration and immigrants make positive contributions to America. Border Wars identifies the players behind Trump's anti-immigration policies, showing how they planned, stumbled, and fought their way toward major immigration changes that have further polarized the nation. This definitive, behind-the-scenes account is filled with previously unreported stories that reveal how Trump's decision-making is driven by gut instinct and marked by disorganization, paranoia, and a constantly feuding staff"-- from the book jacket.

Mindf*ck : Cambridge Analytica and the plot to break America

November 1, 2019
Wylie, Christopher, author.
269 pages ; 25 cm
Genesis -- Lessons in failure -- We fight terror in Prada -- Steve from America -- Cambridge Analytica -- Trojan horses -- The dark triad -- From Russia with likes -- Crimes against democracy -- The apprentice -- Coming out -- Revelations -- Epilogue: on regulation: a note to legislators.
"Mindf*ck goes deep inside Cambridge Analytica's "American operations," which were driven by Steve Bannon's vision to remake America and fueled by mysterious billionaire Robert Mercer's money, as it weaponized and wielded the massive store of data it had harvested on individuals--in excess of 87 million--to disunite the United States and set Americans against each other. Bannon had long sensed that deep within America's soul lurked an explosive tension. Cambridge Analytica had the data to prove it, and in 2016 Bannon had a presidential campaign to use as his proving ground."--Amazon.

Deep State : Trump, the FBI, and the rule of law

October 31, 2019
Stewart, James B., author.
New York : Penguin Press, 2019.
372 pages ; 24 cm
There are questions that the Mueller report couldn't -- or wouldn't -- answer. What instigated the Russia investigation? Did President Trump's meddling incriminate him? There's no mystery to what Trump thinks. He claims that the Deep State, a cabal of career bureaucrats, is concerned only with protecting its own power and undermining the democratic process. Conversely, James Comey has defended the FBI as incorruptible apolitical public servants who work tirelessly to uphold the rule of law. James B. Stewart sifts these conflicting accounts to present a clear-eyed view of what happened inside the FBI in the lead-up to the 2016 election, drawing on scores of interviews with key FBI, Department of Justice, and White House officials and voluminous transcripts, notes, and internal reports. There is no room for compromise, but plenty for collateral damage.

Treason & betrayal : the rise and fall of individual #1

October 31, 2019
McCallion, Kenneth F., author.
416 pages ; 22 cm
The Siberian candidate -- Traitors in the White House -- Poor little rich kid : the early years -- A useful idiot -- The Donald and the draft -- Bought and paid for -- A brief history of treason -- Is Russia an enemy of the U.S.? -- All the president's (Pro-Russian) men -- Trump and the pro-Russian Republican platform -- Treason at Trump Tower -- The gathering storm : Democracy in crisis -- Drifting towards "illiberal democracy" -- Can a sitting president be indicted for treason or other crimes?

Battle for Skyline Ridge : the CIA secret war in Laos

October 29, 2019
Parker, James E., Jr., 1942-2018, author.
Havertown : Casemate, 2019.
xvi, 200 pages. [8] unnumbered pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 23 cm
The first complete account of the secret battle of Skyline Ridge, 1972, when a ragtag Laos-Thai army supported by the CIA threw back a vast NVA army.

Tough love : my story of the things worth fighting for

October 29, 2019
Rice, Susan E., author.
New York : 37 INK ; Simon & Schuster, 2019.
viii, 531 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (mostly color) ; 24 cm
Mother, wife, scholar, diplomat, and fierce champion of American interests and values, Susan Rice connects the personal and the professional. Taught early, with tough love, how to compete and excel as an African American woman in settings where people of color are few, Susan now shares the wisdom she learned along the way. Laying bare the family struggles that shaped her early life in Washington, DC. Tough Love makes an urgent appeal to the American public to bridge our dangerous domestic divides in order to preserve our democracy and sustain our global leadership.

Unfollow : a memoir of loving and leaving the Westboro Baptist Church

October 29, 2019
Phelps-Roper, Megan, 1986- author.
289 pages ; 24 cm
The quarrel of the Covenant -- The bounds of our habitation -- The wars of the Lord -- The tongue is a fire -- The lust of the flesh -- The appearance of evil -- Ye shall be judged -- Strangers and pilgrims -- Lift up thy voice.
The activist and TED speaker Phelps-Roper reveals her life growing up in the most hated family in America. Rich with suspense and thoughtful reflection, her life story exposes the dangers of black-and-white thinking and the need for true humility in a time of angry polarization.

Music : a subversive history

October 28, 2019
Gioia, Ted, author.
x, 514 pages ; 25 cm
Histories of music overwhelmingly suppress stories of the outsiders and rebels who created musical revolutions and instead celebrate the mainstream assimilators who borrowed innovations, diluted their impact, and disguised their sources. In Music: A Subversive History, historian Ted Gioia reclaims the story of music for the riffraff, insurgents, and provocateurs. Gioia tells a four-thousand-year history of music as a global source of power, change, and upheaval. He shows how social outcasts have repeatedly become trailblazers of musical expression: slaves and their descendants, for instance, have repeatedly reinvented music, from ancient times all the way to the jazz, reggae, and hip-hop sounds of the current day.

I'd fight the world : a political history of old-time, hillbilly, and country music

October 28, 2019
La Chapelle, Peter, author.
346 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Introduction: the ghost of Tom Watson -- Fire on the mountain: the initial surge of old-time and hillbilly music campaigns -- "Like Orpheus": the nineteenth century encounters the twentieth -- Antisemitism and Henry Ford's old-time music revival -- Sound trucks and radio stars: the arrival of the nonperformers -- Pensions and poll taxes: identifying a style of hillbilly music politics -- Utopian buckaroo: senator Glen Taylor and country music's left tradition -- Dixie-bent and White House-bound: regional culture, national aspirations -- A fiery but fickle faith: the Vanderbilt agrarians, Southern politics, and the country music memoir -- The nonperformers take over: Big Jim, the Little Judge, and the nationalization of country music politics -- Still not ready to make nice: the legacies of the country music campaign.

Wales : the first and final colony : speeches and writing 2001-2018

October 28, 2019
Price, Adam, 1968- author.
Talybont : Y Lolfa, 2018.
216 pages ; 22 cm
"Wales - The First and Final Colony is a collection of essays and speeches by Adam Price, leader of Plaid Cymru and one of the great thinkers in Welsh politics, bringing together in one book his writings over the course of 25 years. In it, he writes on many aspects of the politics, history and culture of Wales. It includes some of his most famous speeches to the House of Commons and his rousing speech at Harvard University. The title essay on the history and colonisation of Wales is a great assessment of the current Welsh situation, and in this book he offers ideas for securing a brighter future for Wales. The book is an attempt to add some depth and weight to the growing debate over the viability of Welsh independence."

Crucible : the long end of the Great War and the birth of a New World, 1917-1924

October 25, 2019
Emmerson, Charles, author.
New York : PublicAffairs, 2019.
ix, 739 pages ; 25 cm.
Originally published in 2019 by Bodley Head in the United Kingdom.
The gripping story of the years that ended the Great War and launched Europe and America onto the roller coaster of the twentieth century, Crucible is filled with all-too-human tales of exuberant dreams, dark fears, and the absurdities of chance. In Petrograd, a fire is lit. The Tsar is packed off to Siberia. A rancorous Russian exile returns to proclaim a workers' revolution. In America, black soldiers who have served their country in Europe demand their rights at home. An Austrian war veteran trained by the German army to give rousing speeches against the Bolshevik peril begins to rail against the Jews. A solar eclipse turns a former patent clerk into a celebrity. An American reporter living the high life in Paris searches out a new literary style. Lenin and Hitler, Josephine Baker and Ernest Hemingway, Rosa Luxemburg and Mustafa Kemal--these are some of the protagonists in this dramatic panorama of a world in turmoil. Revolutions and civil wars erupt across Europe. A red scare hits America. Women win the vote. Marching tunes are syncopated into jazz. The real becomes surreal. Encompassing both tragedy and humor, the celebrated author of 1913 brings immediacy and intimacy to this moment of deep historical transformation that molded the world we would come to inherit.

The fall of Richard Nixon : a reporter remembers Watergate

October 24, 2019
Brokaw, Tom, author.
226 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Includes index.
"The last year of the Nixon presidency was filled with power politics, legal jiu-jitsu and high-stakes showdowns, with head-shaking surprises every day. Tom Brokaw, the NBC News White House correspondent during the final year of Watergate, gives us a close-up, personal account of the players, the strategies, and the highs and lows of the scandal that brought down a president. Brokaw writes, 'Even now, almost half a century later, I am astonished by what the country went through, and I wanted to share press stories from the inside looking out -- what it was like to be on call 24/7, the twists and turns, the laughs and tensions during this historic time.'"-- Provided by publisher.

American radicals : how nineteenth-century protest shaped the nation

October 24, 2019
Jackson, Holly, author.
New York : Crown, 2019.
xvii, 372 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Foul oppression in the wind of freedom, 1817-1840 -- Infidel utopian free lovers, 1836-1858 -- Abolition war, 1848-1865 -- The radicals' reconstruction, 1865-1877.
"A character-driven narrative history about the nineteenth-century radicals--from Fanny Wright and Henry David Thoreau to John Brown and William Lloyd Garrison--who demanded that the United States live up to its revolutionary ideals, and what their successes and failures can teach us today"--Provided by publisher.

Antisocial : online extremists, techno-utopians, and the hijacking of the American conversation

October 24, 2019
Marantz, Andrew, author.
[New York] : Viking, [2019]
380 pages ; 24 cm

Barack and Joe : the making of an extraordinary partnership

October 24, 2019
Levingston, Steven, author.
New York : Hachette Books, 2019.
xiv, 337 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 24 cm
The extraordinary partnership of Barack Obama and Joe Biden is unique in American history. The two men, their characters and styles sharply contrasting, formed a dynamic working relationship that evolved into a profound friendship. Based on original interviews, media reports, memoirs and other accounts, Barack and Joe is the first book to tell the full story of their historic relationship and its substantial impact on the Obama presidency and its legacy.

Hitler : a biography

October 24, 2019
Longerich, Peter, author.
xiii, 1324 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
First published in German by Sielder Verlag as Hitler: biographie, 2015.
"While many previous portraits have speculated about Hitler's formative years, Peter Longerich focuses on his central role as the driving force of Nazism itself. You cannot separate the man from the monstrous movement he came to embody. From his ascendance through the party's ranks to his final hours as Führer in April 1945, Longerich shows just how ruthless Hitler was in his path to power. He emphasizes Hitler's political skills as Germany gained prominence on the world's stage. Hitler's rise to, and ultimate hold on, power was more than merely a matter of charisma; rather, it was due to his ability to control the structure he created. His was an image constructed by his regime - an essential piece self-created of propaganda. This comprehensive biography is the culmination of Longerich's life-long pursuit to grasp the man behind the century's worst crimes." --Provided by publisher.

This is not propaganda : adventures in the war against reality

October 24, 2019
Pomerantsev, Peter, author.
xv, 236 pages ; 25 cm
Preface: Telegram! -- Cities of trolls -- The greatest information blitzkrieg in history -- Soft facts -- Pop-up people -- The future starts here.
We live in a world of influence operations run amok, where dark ads, psyops, hacks, bots, soft facts, ISIS, Putin, trolls, and Trump seek to shape our very reality. In this surreal atmosphere created to disorient us and undermine our sense of truth, we've lost not only our grip on peace and democracy--but our very notion of what those words even mean. The author takes us to the front lines of the disinformation age, where he meets Twitter revolutionaries and pop-up populists, "behavioral change" salesmen, Jihadi fanboys, Identitarians, truth cops, and many others. Forty years after his dissident parents were pursued by the KGB, Pomerantsev finds the Kremlin re-emerging as a great propaganda power. His research takes him back to Russia--but the answers he finds there are not what he expected.

50 things they don't want you to know

October 24, 2019
Hudson, Jerome, author.
New York, NY : Broadside, [2019]
xxii, 310 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
From 2012 to 2016, more black women in New York City had abortions than gave birth -- The U.S. government awarded $100 million in tax dollars for contracts to the aborted-baby-tissue industry -- Black and Hispanic students are more underrepresented at America's top colleges and universities than before affirmative action -- America's most deadly and dangerous cities are run by Democrats -- The Obama administration knew that up to two-thirds of Americans might not be able to keep their healthcare plans under Obamacare -- Since 1950 97.8 percent of mass shootings have occurred in "gun-free zones" -- Drug overdoses kill more Americans than gun violence -- Falling and the flu are far deadlier than mass shootings -- The U.S. resettled more refugees in 2018 than any other nation -- Eighty percent of Central American women and girls are raped crossing into the U.S. illegally -- Obama deported more people than any other president -- The IRS documented 1.2 million identity thefts committed by illegal aliens in 2017 -- There are no jobs Americans won't do -- For every $1 a Netflix employee donates to a Republican, $141 gets donated to Democrats -- Half of federal arrests are related to immigration -- Amazon paid $0 in taxes on $11.2 billion in profits in 2018 -- America has spent $22 trillion fighting the War on Poverty -- America's trade deficit grew 600 percent after NAFTA -- Taxpayers doled out $2.6 billion in food stamps to dead people -- World leaders flew to Davos in a fleet of 1,700 private jets to discuss the impact of global warming -- Ninety percent of plastic waste comes from Asia and Africa -- Nearly 70 percent (1.2 billion) Muslims support Sharia law -- Jihadists from Iran, Palestine, and Syria took home billions in U.S. money and weapons during the Obama Era -- The taxpayer cost of illegal immigration will exceed $1 trillion by 2028 -- America protects and foots the bill for border walls around the world -- U.S. greenhouse gas emmisions have plummeted for decades without federal laws or massive carbon tax -- Hillary Clinton supported a "strong, competent, prosperous, stable Russia" before blaming it for her election loss -- Hillary and Bill Clinton made millions and Russia got 20 percent of all U.S. uranium -- President Obama and Hillary Clinton encouraged U.S. investors to fund tech research used by Russia's military -- Top Democrats blamed Obama for doing little to stop Russia's 2016 election meddling -- Donald Trump won the 2016 election by winning Michigan, a state Russia didn't attempt to hack -- Google could swing an election by secretly adjusting its search algorithm, and we would have no way of knowing -- Google works with the oppressive Chinese government to build a censorial search engine but refuses to work with the U.S. government -- Facebook changed its algorithm, leading to a 45 percent drop in users interacting with President Trump -- Google and Facebook enlisted biased "fake news" fact-checkers who were often wrong -- Facebook receives your most sensitive personal info from your phone's other apps -- Americans pay billions to large corporations to not hire U.S. citizens -- Nearly three-quarters of Silicon Valley workers are foreign-born -- Black and Hispanic unemployment hit records lows under Trump -- Venezuela was the wealthiest country in Latin America before socialism -- American cities with the largest homeless populations are all Democrat-run enclaves -- Muslims account for 1 percent of the U.S. population, but radical Islamist extremists account for more the 50 percent of deaths by extremists -- China is holding two million Muslims in internment camp sweatshops -- Economists predicted a Trump victory would crash the stock market. Instead it hit a record high the week after he was elected -- Family separation and detention of illegal aliens at the border exploded under President Obama and DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson -- Illegal immigration may have cost black Americans more than 1 million jobs -- There have been more than 630 examples of left-wing political violence and threats against Trump supporters -- Dick's Sporting Goods anti-gun policy resulted in a $150 million loss for the company, but the left's approval is worth more -- Christianity is the world's most persecuted religion.
"Jerome Hudson pulls back the curtain to show you the facts, statistics, and analysis that the Liberal elite have worked so hard to hide"-- Provided by publisher.

How to fight anti-Semitism

October 23, 2019
Weiss, Bari, author.
New York : Crown, [2019]
210 pages ; 20 cm
Waking Up -- A Brief History -- The Right -- The Left -- Islam -- How to Fight.
"No longer the exclusive province of the far right and far left, anti-semitism finds a home in identity politics and the reaction against identity politics, in the renewal of "America first" isolationism and the rise of one-world socialism. An ancient hatred increasingly allowed into modern political discussion, anti-semitism has been migrating toward the mainstream in dangerous ways, amplified by social media and a culture of conspiracy that threatens us all. This timely book is Weiss's cri de couer: an unnerving reminder that Jews must never lose their hard-won instinct for danger, and a powerful case for renewing Jewish and liberal values to guide us through this uncertain moment. Not just for the sake of America's Jews, but for the sake of America." -- Provided by publisher.

Sowing chaos : Libya in the wake of humanitarian intervention

October 23, 2019
Sensini, Paolo, author.
Atlanta, GA : Clarity Press, Inc., [2016]
283 pages ; 24 cm
Part I: Fall of the Ottomans, wars and noarchy 2011: Centenary of Italy's attack on Libya -- "Liberal" Italy girds for war -- The Sanusis -- The landing forces reach the coastal cities -- Coming to terms with the Sanusis -- Stalemate -- The colonization policy in Libya during the era of fascism -- The era of Italo Balbo -- British military administration of Libya and the coronation of King Idris -- The free officers seize power and expel the Italians from Tripoli -- The Jamahiriyya Green book -- Covert ops, and tales of "terrorism" ... Part II: Jamahiriyya "Arab Spring" -- UN resolutions 1970 and 1973, and the "new international law" -- Who were Libya's "rebels"? Who backed them? -- The role of the Sanusis in the Libyan revolt -- Timeline to UN resolution 1973 -- The role of Al Jazeera and Al Arabiya in Gaddafi's downfall -- What we saw with our own eyes in Libya -- Gaddafi's Jamahiriyya -- facts and figures -- The real reasons for going to war -- The curtain drops -- Once upon a time ... Libya Part III: recipe for disaster The unending trasition begins Benghazi-gate -- The insoluble disorder -- The shipping news and the body count -- Money matters -- Diplomacy and scimitars.

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