FORA.tv Speaker - Webster Griffin Tarpley
The iconoclastic Webster Griffin Tarpley is an activist and historian best known for his George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography (1992), which has become an underground classic on the Internet at www.tarpley.net.
He co-authored American Leviathan: Administrative Fascism Under the Bush Regime (1991), which identified many tendencies which have become prominent today.
An expert on international terrorism with decades of experience, he directed the study Chi ha ucciso Aldo Moro? (Who Killed Aldo Moro?) which was commissioned by a member of the Italian government and published in Rome in 1978.
Against Oligarchy, a collection of Tarpley's essays and speeches, appeared on the Internet in 1996. He also wrote Surviving the Cataclysm (1999), an analysis of the world financial crisis. Parts of these works and all of the Unauthorized Biography can be viewed on the Internet, at www.tarpley.net.
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06.25.06 | 01:45:42 min | 6,837 views | 7 comments