William Bennett and Seth Leibsohn

The Fight of Our Lives

Choosing to Win the War Against Radical Islam

Thomas Nelson 2011

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Where do we stand on the War on Terror? Is it still going on, and if so, are we winning or losing it? In...

Where do we stand on the War on Terror? Is it still going on, and if so, are we winning or losing it? In William Bennett and Seth Leibsohn’s The Fight of Our Lives: Knowing the Enemy, Speaking the Truth, and Choosing to Win the War Against Radical Islam (Thomas Nelson, 2011), the authors look at the current state of the War on Terror, how it is going, and why it remains important. Bennett, a former senior Washington official, and his co-author Leibsohn review the origins of — and the Obama administration’s mixed messages on pursuing — the War on Terror. They also make the argument of why the U.S. needs to remain vigilant in its prosecution of the conflict. As we learned in the podcast, the book may surprise those who come to it with preconceived notions about the authors or about the wisdom of fighting and winning a war against terror. Read all about it, and more, in Bennett and Leibsohn’s eye-opening new book. Please become a fan of “New Books in Public Policy” on Facebook if you haven’t already.

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