6 edition of Combating war profiteering found in the catalog.
Combating war profiteering
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary
|Other titles||Are we doing enough to investigate and prosecute contracting fraud and abuse in Iraq?|
|Series||S. hrg -- 110-39.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 114 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||2007395941|
War Profiteers. War profiteering is the act of an individual or company making an unreasonable financial gain from selling goods or services during wartime. Certainly, suppliers who feed and transport soldiers, dispose of the dead, and produce weapons and clothing for . With the Pentagon budget up two-thirds over the last decade, it’s no surprise that charges of war profiteering make for regular front-page fodder. But for sheer scale and audacity, nothing beats the corruption that surrounded the Union war effort — and, thanks to the horrendously poor quality of the resulting equipment, did much to.
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A war profiteer is any person or organization that makes unreasonable [clarification needed] profits from warfare or by selling weapons and other goods to parties at war. The term typically carries strong negative connotations. General profiteering, making an unreasonable profit, also occurs in peacetime.
An example of war profiteers were the "shoddy" millionaires who allegedly sold recycled. Get this from a library. Combating war profiteering: are we doing enough to investigate and prosecute contracting fraud and abuse in Iraq?: hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, One Hundred Tenth Congress, first session, Ma [United States.
Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary.]. The War Profiteers Hardcover – January 1, by Richard F. Kaufman (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover, January 1, Author: Richard F. Kaufman.
All I know is that, for him, “war profiteer” Combating war profiteering book the worst of curses, the most horrifying of sins. InArthur Miller wrote a Combating war profiteering book play on the subject of war profiteering, All My Sons, based on a news story about a woman who turned her father in for selling faulty parts to the U.S.
military during my father’s war. It was a hit. Stuart D. Brandes has written an engaging book, "Warhogs, A History of War Profits in America." In this work, the retired history professor discusses inter alia profiteering, privateering, ransom, defense contracting, executive compensation, tax policy, and the role of government in providing for the needs of the nation's military especially in time of by: War Profiteering Prevention Act of In total, these investigations resulted in four Federal criminal indictments, nine Federal criminal informations, and two Article 32 hearings under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
As a result of the investigations, eight U.S. persons and one foreign. Review: Shadows of War: Violence, Power, and International Profiteering in the Twenty-First Century User Review - Anica Cronje - Goodreads. Remarkable depiction of the reality of war, the shadows & illegal trade that's going on all over the world.
A woman entering dangerous areas and seeing first hand the atrocities is always worth listening to!/5(2). This text is from Chapter 14 of Stephen E.
Ambrose's book "Citizen Soldiers: The U.S. Army From The Normandy Beaches, To The Bulge, To The Surrender Of Germany." To read another online chapter, " Expanding the Beachhead, June," click here.
A war profiteer is any person or organization that profits from warfare or by selling weapons and other goods to parties at war. The term has strong, negative connotations. General profiteering may also occur in peace time. One example of war profiteers were the "shoddy" millionaires who allegedly sold recycled wool and cardboard shoes to soldiers during the American Civil War.
Individuals, companies and corporations have always taken advantage of warfare to make enormous economic profit. For centuries, ordinary people, who suffer most from war, have resisted these war profiteers. One of the major factors in Harry S. Truman's rise to the U.S. presidency was his relentless ("Give 'em Hell, Harry!") pursuit of war profiteers.
The unsavory prospects of war profiteering in the U.S.-led occupation of Iraq, and its alleged "reconstruction", were proclaimed in a Janu press release by the Institute for Southern Studies: a "New Investigation Reveals 'Reconstruction Racket' in Iraq."The latest issue of the Institute's publication "Southern Exposure" provides an "in-depth report by Pratap Chatterjee and Herbert.
After whisking briefly through profiteering in America's past wars, the author notes that World War II concluded with none of the traditional cry to expose the profiteers. Boondoggling became permanently ensconced in a public-sector military economy with the government assuring us it possessed the necessary machinery to eliminate profiteering.
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As a network of citizen's groups rallies today at scores of sites in the United States and around the world to denounce what organizers characterize as "war profiteering" by major contractors like Halliburton, Bechtel, and Lockheed Martin, the New York-based World Policy Institute is releasing a new analysis that documents a rapid increase in military contracts flowing to these firms as a.
War profiteering was rampant in all contracting during the Civil War, anything an Army needs from livestock, ordinance, food or transportation were all over priced and the quality sub standard.
Lincoln’s War Profiteers were not limited to the Gruesome Twosome, but are examples of the successes and failures of the garment cartel of New York City. How and why the world is in a state of perpetual wars.
It's quite easy to understand if we think logically - In this dystopian world, Arms, ammunitions and armaments companies produce all the weapons they want to produce FOR PROFIT People think t.
War profiteering does, however, have a largely negative connotation due to long-standing associations with the term. It has direct implications on life and death, destruction and chaos, and their continuance over extended periods of time because potentially profiting from war is an incentive to perpetuate it.
“How much money have you made out of the war?” shrieked that protester at Cheney last night while Arnold was speaking. This is, as we math buffs say, a nontrivial question, but one that could. “Either greed belongs in a war zone, or it doesn't. You can't unleash it in the name of sparking an economic boom and then be shocked when Halliburton overcharges for everything from towels to gas, when Parsons' sub, sub, sub-contractor builds a police academy where the pipes drip raw sewage on the heads of army cadets and where Blackwater investigates itself and finds it acted honorably.
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This book was created using print Author: Report. How Companies Profit from War For every occurrence that happens in this world, there is always a gain or a loss. War is an inclusive event that involves. "War is a racket," wrote retired US Marine Major General Smedley D Butler, in That statement, which is also the title of his short book on war profiteering, rings .A war profiteer is any person or organization that profits from warfare or by selling weapons and other goods to parties at war.
The term can have strong, negative connotations. General profiteering may also occur in peace time. An example of war profiteers were the "shoddy" millionaires who allegedly sold recycled wool and cardboard shoes to soldiers during the American Civil War.