The Strongest Tribe

War, Politics, and the Endgame in Iraq

By Bing West
(Random House Trade, Paperback, 9780812978667, 443pp.)

Publication Date: September 15, 2009

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In Iraq, the United States made mistake after mistake. Many Americans gave up on the war. Then two generals—David Petraeus and Raymond Odierno—displayed the leadership America expected. Bringing the reader from the White House to the fighting in the streets, combat journalist and bestselling author Bing West explains this astounding turnaround by U.S. forces. In the course of fifteen extended trips over five years, West embedded with more than sixty front-line units, discussing strategy with generals and tactics with corporals. Disposing of myths, he provides an expert's account of the counterinsurgency. This is the definitive study of how American soldiers actually fought.




About the Author
Francis J. "Bing" West is a former assistant secretary of defense for International Security Affairs and the author of "The Wrong War", "No True Glory", and "The Pepperdogs".
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