Author(s): Graydon Carter
What We've Lost is a hard-hitting and devastating look at how the Bush administration is dramatically changing America - and the world. The invasion of Iraq - a war without end - which has proved so costly for the US in lives, dollars, reputation and international standing, is only the top of the iceberg. In this eye-opening book, Graydon Carter sounds an alarm for what he sees as a more covert, but equally ruinous attack on all things we hold dear, from civil liberties to the economy, foreign affairs to the environment. It is difficult to point to a single element of American society that is not worse off now that it was before Bush's administration.