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Unlimited Anti Americanism - by Jean-François Revel Diarmid Cammell
Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM By Jean-François Revel Diarmid Cammell

Revel probes the origins of the notion that America is the source of all evil imperialistic, greedy, ruthlessly competitive a hyperpower whose riches are acquired at the expense of the Third World.
  • Title: Anti Americanism
  • Author: Jean-François Revel Diarmid Cammell
  • ISBN: 9781594030604
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback


Kxv Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Un formidable pu etazo al insoportable antiamericanismo que destila Europa, a los mitos, las falsedades, las mentiras, los prejuicios Revel en estado puro, un polemista sin parang n que desmonta una por una todas las estupideces que se dicen sobre EE.UU y sus ciudadanos los presidentes paletos, los incultos yanquis, amantes de las armas, la Biblia, el d lar, lo material, el capitalismo al cubo Al final no queda m s remedio que convenir, con el autor, que toda la mala baba que destilamos contra E [...]
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Ray Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
I wouldn t recommend this book to any of my friends I believe in our Country, and want our actions to be mostly right if not always right, and had hoped that I d read good discussions with real detail in support of that As the author suggests, any Nation which is always right is as mythical as one which is always wrong Yet I found this pro American Frenchman seemed to introduce a variety of expressions of anti americanism from around the world, many of which I d never heard before, and try to sa [...]
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Felipe Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Is essential reading this book to understand the global incoherent arguments against the U.S.
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Atul Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Excellent book Revel does not portray America as a perfect nation in quite a few cases, he mentions aspects of the United States that he dislikes Without fawning on the United States as a perfect country unworthy of any criticism, he explores and points out the hypocrisy and ludicrousness of the anti American arguments floated primarily by the Europeans and Arabs.Some have mentioned his book was dry, but I personally found it very lively and interesting Revel s brutally sarcastic and witty way o [...]
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Chad Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Very dry, and seems almost like an outline or precursor to another work Yet, I can t find much wrong with his analysis of global ideology which is just now gaining traction a decade and a half later This book was certainly ahead of its time.
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Enzo Nicolini Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Provocador, y necesario, pero justificado con generalizaciones demasiado gruesas Decepcionante.
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Katie Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
It s so interesting to hear a defense of the US from someone who s not in camp Merica I also learned a lot about France This has nothing to do with the book I had serious insomnia the past few weeks, so I read this over the course of a few nights at 3 to 5 in the morning Then I read it a second time, also at night, because I don t always retain much at that time of day I might not have retained much the second time either.
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Patrick Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Review In 1972, Revel shocked the world with his best selling book, Without Marx or Jesus, in which he defended America against global denunciation Thirty years later, Revel is back with the same purpose His latest book, a bestseller in France, comes at a crucial time It seeks to explain the root cause of the world s and particularly Europe s obsession with hating America He does not pretend that America is perfect But he argues that the daily denunciations exceed the bounds of reasonable critic [...]
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The American Conservative Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
One whoops with delight to find, in the excellent Jean Fran ois Revel, a Frenchman with the sense, understanding, and knowledge to defy Left Bank modishness and defend America with spirit against its dimwit foes Many parts of this book are good for heart and soul alike, being brisk, merciless refutations of Euro smugness about Kyoto, the death penalty, racialism, inequality, and the rest of the false claims of the new Europe to be morally and politically superior to the nation on the far side of [...]
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Sam Dembling Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Ravel uses two main approaches in his argument against Anti Americanism 1 Anecdote based generalizations He frequently uses examples of the behavior of one or two individuals to make generalizations about the entire group of which they are a part From this logic, the majority of Muslims are not moderate pp 68 69 and most Japanese and Brazilians are guilty of hypocrisy, pp 81 and pp 174 respectively 2 Comparing contrasting U.S policy with that of other countries without evaluating the strength of [...]
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Ryne Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
I read this book back in high school, for a debate assignment This book helped me to understand better how globalism affects the world economy, and why America gets such a bad rap for it I think that Revel was biased just a little on the side of America he s perhaps a little too apologetic but overall I recall this as being a fair and balanced investigation into why some people in other countries hate America so much.One note I think this book left out some historical factors that would have bee [...]
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John Wiswell Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Anti Americanism is an excuse for people in other countries to ignore the evils their governments commit, a slightly intellectual diversion than going to a blockbuster movie This book makes the commonly overlooked case that any rich world nation has a ridiculous amount of hipocrisy to its constitutition, focusing particularly on France s hipocritical behavior The United States of America has done some terrible things since 9 11, but focusing hatred on them blinds people from improvement usually [...]
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Jon Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
This is a great book The title is rather misleading since it is about why others are Anti American when they clearly should not be He makes a very logical argument to support his ideas and gives many demonstrations as to why he is correct The only reason why he got 4 starts instead of 5 is that he used big words and mixed in lots of French words is his writing It made it rather difficult to read sometimes There were also a few parts where he started referencing complicated functions of the US g [...]
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Juan Pablo Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Revel hace un an lisis completo del antiamericanismo , llamando la atenci n sobre la hipocres a de los pol ticos europeos que critican a Estados Unidos, y la desinformaci n imperante en los medios de comunicaci n al hacer referencia a EEUU lo que l gicamente se ve solucionado con innumerables prejuicios Yo dir a que este libro le va a gustar a cualquiera que quiera apartarse un poco de los lugares comunes de los propagandistas, y a analizar m s friamente al pa s norteamericano, sin idealizarlo p [...]
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Skylar Burris Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
I really expected a book in which a Frenchman rails against the anti Americanism of Europeans to be entertaining Alas, it was not A slow read, stating the obvious Americans are a diverse lot of people, and they usually don t fit the European stereotypes of them America is a good country, as far as countries go, and a pretty swell place to live It s not perfect, but, on average, it s far a force for good than a force for evil in the world, and it hardly deserves to be so commonly reviled.
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Bruno Fraga Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
The book is great , the subject is definetly pretty interesting and Revel s arguments are mostly undeniable, but, the book focus too much on France and French p.o.v the scope could be larger and there are so many issues that he could have written about this subject Anyway the book is a must read for talking about something which happens all the time around us non americans , but we usually don t realize.
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Mark Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Readability 7 Rating 7 Finally a Frenchman I like Revel pretty much goes off on France and Europe for their Anti Americanism, which manifests as anti democratic, anti liberal, anti globalization He also highlights the internal inconsistencies that should be embarrassing to any sound thinker In many places, I stopped and just thought to myself that is exactly how I see it but I had never been able to make clear to myself Wonderful.
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Marcio Atz Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Adorei o livro perspicaz an lise do esp rito anti americano hip crita que impregna a cultura europ ia, latino americana e africana A velha cultura de transfer ncia de culpa e permanente justifica o que Um olhar cr tico, revelador e que de fato deveria ser lido com mais frequ ncia por jovens revolucion rios sem causa e velhos que perderam sua b ssola, ou nunca a encontraram
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Jennifer Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Don t let the cover fool you, this book is actually the opposite of what you would think It s pro American, it seeks out why others in the world are anti American, and why many of them have no ground for such views And it was written by a Frenchman
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John Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
An interesting attempt at an unusual topic, I didn t agree with many of the author s theories but I found the read to be interesting nevertheless that helped introduce another perspective to this phenomenon.
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Brent Barnard Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Insightful Not quite engaging enough for me to make it through because of a lot of standard Conservative viewpoints I m already familiar with , but still, overall, an interesting book.
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Justin Gramm Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
Regardless of whether you agree with the author or not, there s a lot of interesting perspective in this book that makes it worth reading.
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Aaron Schulze Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
This really is a fun read It is fascinating to see how the French elite and media see portray American society, politics and foreign policy.
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Michel Van Goethem Jun 17, 2021 - 03:10 AM
La Obsession Antiamericana Anti American Obsession Juiste analyse maar gedateerd leest te veel als een krant van 2000.
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