Climate of Fear By Wole Soyinka

In this exceptional book, developed from the 2004 BBC Reith Lectures, Wole Soyinka explores the changing faces of fear; the conflict between power and freedom; the complex motives behind the unthinkable acts of violence; the meaning of human dignity; while comparing the fanaticism of powerful terrorists with the attitude of world leaders, discovering terrifying similarities.
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