simple-minded and so dominated by their present needs that
one who deceives will always find one who will allow himself to be
deceived." This Bilingual Edition of The Prince by Mark Musa was the one
preferred by Joseph Cropsey to teach us students.
15. But see Lawrence W. Levine, The Opening of the American Mind (1996).
16. Between the Lines, University of Chicago Magazine, June 2003, at 54.
17. Vincent Bugliosi, The Betrayal of America (2001); Greg Palast, The
Best Democracy Money Can Buy 11-81 (2003).
18. Gerhard Sporl, The Leo-Conservatives, Der Spiegel, Aug. 4, 2003.
19. McNamara Receives Pick Award Amid Protests, University of Chicago
Magazine, Summer 1979, at 4.
20. Noam Chomsky, Rethinking Camelot (1993); Robert S. McNamara, In
21. See, e.g., Rahul Mahajan, Full Spectrum *** 118-40 (2003).
22. C. Wright Mills, The Power Elite (1956).
23. See, e.g., Jean-Charles Brisard & Guillaume Dasqu Forbidden Truth
24. Robert B. Stinnett, Day of Deceit (2000).
25. Robert Dreyfuss, The Thirty-Year Itch, MotherJones.com, March 1,
26. Zbigniew Brzezinski, The Grand Chessboard (1997).
27. Hans J. Morgenthau, Politics Among Nations 52-53 (4th ed. 1967).
This fourth edition of the book is the one I studied personally with
28. William Blum, Rogue State 158 (2000); John Pilger, The New Rulers of
the World 127-29 (200