In no small part thanks to risen and state of war the secret history of the bush years has now come partially into view in a new epilogue for the paperback edition risen describes the two front war that president bush is now fighting at home against congress and the supreme court as his administration is increasingly reined in from its abuses and in the middle east where george w . State of war the secret history of the cia and the bush administration james risen 9781416526216 books amazonca. State of war the secret history of the cia and the bush administration is documentary review written by pulitzer prize winning american journalist for the new york times james risen the book was released on january 3 2006. Risen writes what he calls a secret history of the cia and the bush administration both before and after 9 11 p 10 p 3 the absence of effective management has been the defining characteristic of the bush administrations foreign policy and has allowed radical decisions to take effect rapidly with minimal review. Yet beneath the surface events of the bush presidency lies a secret history that involves domestic spying abuses of power and outrageous operations it includes a cia that became caught in a political crossfire that it could not withstand and what it did to respond
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