Table of contents for The secret history of the American empire : economic hit men, jackals, and the truth about global corruption / John Perkins.

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Table of Contents
A Note from the Author
Prologue
Part 1
Asia
Mystery Woman of Jakarta
Pirating Lepers
Geishas
The Bugimen
A Corrupt and Brutal Country
Sweatshops
US-Supported Slaughter
Tsumani Profiteering
Fruits of Corruption
Attacked by Nike Goons
Don't Become a Buddhist
Biological Imperatives
Dictatorships of Finance
The Quiet Giant
Part 2
Latin America
Hired Guns in Guatemala
Obsessed with Anger
Recruited as President of Bolivia Power 
Maximizing Profits in La Paz 
Changing the Dream
Venezuela's Chavez
Ecuador: Betrayed by a President
Bolivia: Bechtel and the Water Wars
Brazil: Skeletons in the Closet 
The Beautiful Carioca
Taking on the Empire
Kindred Spirits
A History of Assassinations
Lessons from Latin America
Part 3
The Middle East
A Bankrupt U.S.A.
King Dollar
Manipulating Governments
Lebanon: "Stark Raving Mad"
USAID Speaks
Egypt: Controlling Africa
Infidel Dog 
Iran: Highways and Fortresses
Israel: America¿s Foot Soldier
The Iraq-Iran War: Another EHM Victory
Qatar and Dubai: Las Vegas in the Land of Mullahs 
Into the Abyss 
Part 4
Africa
Modern Conquistadors
Sitting in America's Lap
Birthing a Jackal
The "Non-Peoples" of Diego Garcia 
The Decision to Assassinate a President 
High Jacking an Air India 707
Executing an Environmentalist 
NGOs: A Stake in Keeping Africa Poor
Laptops, Cell Phones and Cars: Agents of Death
Ex-Peace Corps Volunteers Offer Hope
Resolved: To Turn Things Around 
Part 5
Changing the World
Four Essential Questions
Change is Possible
Modern Minutemen
Doing the Right Thing
Changing the Myth
The Truth Is On Our Side
A List of Grievances
Facing Our fears
Changing Wall St Through Financial Leverage
Buying Off Third World Debt
Five Commonalities
Times of Opportunity
The Most Important Question of our Time
Today is the Day

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Foreign economic relations.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 2001-.
Corporations, American -- Foreign countries.
Corporations, American -- Corrupt practices.
Globalization -- Social aspects.
Imperialism.