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As a boy, novelist and Boston Globe columnist James Carroll played in the halls of the Pentagon after-hours while his father worked late in one of its offices. James Carroll grew up to oppose everything he believes the building stands for. His latest book is the story of the Pentagon and its impact on what he views as “the disastrous rise of American power.”
- James Carroll Author of "Constantine's Sword" and the 1996 National Book Award winning memoir, "An American Requiem." His ten novels include "Prince of Peace" and "Mortal Friends."
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