Books by Dana Priest

Released: Sept. 6, 2011

"A mixture of investigative reporting and advocacy journalism that shines light in dark corners but is ultimately depressing because the authors seem convinced that the paranoia and its dangerous offshoots will never dissipate."
A newsworthy examination demonstrating that U.S. government secrecy is eroding civil liberties, busting the federal budget, contributing to deaths in unauthorized wars and spreading paranoia among large portions of the citizenry. Read full book review >
Released: March 1, 2003

"Rich instruction for policymakers, soldiers, and politics junkies alike."
A clear-eyed portrait of American military culture, and a subtle critique of the civilian leadership that governs the armed forces. Read full book review >