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If you find that this book would be an invaluable resource to add to your library or to share with others, you may also find the other information we offer on our web site to be of equal importance to you.
One of these would be "What I've Learned About U.S. Foreign Policy," a compilation DVD from documentaries examining a side of U.S. foreign policy rarely heard in the mainstream media.
And "Arlington West: The Film," which offers candid interviews with visitors, mostly military personnel going to or coming from Iraq, parents who've lost loved ones in this war, and other visitors to the Arlington West Memorial. For more background on what this memorial is, see our Arlington West Memorial - Santa Monica page.
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"Once you have seen certain things, you can't un-see them, and seeing nothing is as political an act as seeing something."
Arundhati Roy, author of Booker prize-winning novel
"The God of Small Things"