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Chris Hedges was a foreign correspondent for nearly two decades for The New
York Times, The Dallas Morning News, The Christian Science
Monitor and National Public Radio. He was a member of the team that won the
2002 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting for The New York Times
coverage of global terrorism, and he received the 2002 Amnesty International
Global Award for Human Rights Journalism. Hedges is the author of the bestseller
American Fascists and National Book Critics Circle finalist for War Is
a Force That Gives Us Meaning. He is a Senior Fellow at The Nation Institute
and a Lannan Literary Fellow and has taught at Columbia University, New York
University and Princeton University.
Chris Hedges is an important voice and I vastly admire the works he has produced and the way he helps me see the world more clearly on a daily basis. Read morePublished on June 18 2011 by Tyeve
I had a better impression of Chris Hedges, and I wanted to give this book a try. Unfortunately, Hedges is fundamentally wrong about the 'new atheists' as he calls them. Read morePublished on Feb. 26 2011 by Sebastian Toncu
First of all the people giving this book bad ratings are your typical brain dead Atheists. THe very people who will jump on whatever band wagon that comes along that makes them... Read morePublished on Jan. 30 2011 by Reg
I am an atheist and I don't believe in atheism either. I am because I don't believe. Don't waste your time. There is nothing more to say.Published on July 21 2010 by Pierre Thibault
You got me at "Hello". Or in other words, the title of this book says that Hedges is not that bright. Read morePublished on March 24 2009 by Star Stuff
I Don't Believe in Atheists
Mr. Hedges argues that fundamentalism itself is dangerous. He argues that both religious fundamentalists and new atheists are guilty of the same... Read more
Hedges's premises are very flawed.
First he believes is that the human society is not perfectable, (perhaps true), then he argues that it is harmful to try, (very... Read more