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The F might seem expensive now, but imagine how expensive it would be if America were to need it and not have it. Never Quit the Fight is a collection of columns by Ralph Peters, a retired intelligence officer.

The book is in three parts. The Bush Administration had to go to war with the country it had, not the country Peters wishes we had. In this case, there is no real doubt that the United States is at war, and that the current Administration has taken the threats seriously. The author takes the angle of wanting change, he thinks that there are many things that are not only wrong with the U. Peters has done a superb job in those two parts.

This is a book in which Peters pulls no punches. Peters also levels his fire at the Right, which has been willing to fight, for often trying to impose its morality on the rest of the country. Hoffman, Marine Corps Gazette These critics are saying that Peters takes what is not wanted to be said and says it anyways because it is needed to be heard. This makes the book valuable in and of itself.

But Peters overextends this premise to include the rest of the United States. Army but the world and how if someone of the wrong mind set beats the U.

Peters has written

Overall the way the book was written was very nicely and executed the point he wanted to get across. The perspective of Peters comes off to be that the U. This book is about the things that are going on in the military, ranging from language to battlefront tactics, as well as a separate battle of fighting against social media and making the U.

These are just a few of

These are just a few of the controversial issues the author takes on in a series of body blows to the status quo. Peters has written twenty books prior to this one, sixteen of them novels. The more that people read this book, the better off the country will be.