Mission Rejected
U.S. Soldiers Who Say No to Iraq
Sun Nov 19, 2006 15:01

Mission Rejected
U.S. Soldiers Who Say No to Iraq
Peter Laufer; Foreword by Norman Solomon

On Tuesday, September 26, Laufer testified before Congress on the mounting cost of the US military occupation of Iraq. See the viedo or read the


Here's a book that talks turkey about the BushCheneyRummy mess in Iraq. Every congress critter should read Mission Rejected–and then apologize for their role in creating the mess."

—Jim Hightower

"My son died in Iraq for lies and greed. The sons and daughters in this book are living for peace. I hope that all American soldiers will read Mission Rejected and realize that they don't have to follow bad orders."

—Cindy Sheeha

About the Author

Peter Laufer, a Vietnam War resister, is the author of several books about conflict and migration, including Wetback Nation: The Case for Opening the Mexican-American Border. A former NBC News correspondent, Laufer has won numerous journalism awards, among them a George Polk for his reporting on Americans in prison overseas and an Edward R. Murrow for his study of Vietnam War veterans suffering post-traumatic stress disorder. He lives in Sonoma County, in northern California.

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