MORE OR TITLES
After graduating from MacMurray College and Stanford Law School and serving in the U. S. Marine Corps (including a tour in Vietnam), Raymond Bonner practiced public interest law for several years before turning to journalism. He has been a foreign correspondent and investigative reporter for The New York Times, a staff writer at The New Yorker, and has written for The New York Review of Books. He has reported from more than a hundred countries. He is the author of four books and the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including a shared Pulitzer, and the Louis M. Lyon award for Conscience and Integrity in Journalism from the Nieman Fellows at Harvard.
WEAKNESS AND DECEIT
America and El Salvador’s Dirty War
Now supplemented with a epilogue drawing on newly available, once-secret documents that detail the extent of America’s involvement in assassinations, Weakness and Deceit is a classic, riveting and ultimately tragic account of American foreign policy in El Salvador in the 1980s—gone terribly wrong. More