Read Zinn, chapter 21

Read Zinn, chapter 21How did the Carter and Reagan presidencies serve corporation interests?How did the Bush I administration respond to the threat of peace?
(Hint: Real peace is a problem for the U.S. military state, because that would mean no justification for the massive military budgets and domestic spying operations that target US citizen (especially our cell phones and computers). So the U.S. military state must always have an official enemy and usually exaggerates the actual danger. The official enemy changes from time to time, based on the needs of U.S. propagandists, but can include communists, drug lords, terrorists, or a country–Soviet Union, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, China.)