Dear President Bush
Dear President Bush
Foreword by Howard Zinn




Press Reviews

"Remembrances of her son Casey and her reflections on her journey from suburban everymom to antiwar icon offer a glimpse of the woman behind the media figure and of the sense of purpose she feels, one born of inconsolable grief. At one point, she says, 'When my son was killed, I became something fierce . . .'" - San Francisco Magazine

" . . . a new collection of letters, essays, and speeches by antiwar activist Cindy Sheehan. . . . Sheehan is most compelling when she returns to the specifics of her struggle, as when she reveals, 'I wish I had refused to allow my son to go to Iraq. I wish I had knocked him out and taken him to Canada . . . or anywhere far enough away from the war monster. It's too late for me and my son, but it's not too late for you.'" - Mattilda, SF Bay Guardian LIT

“Cindy Sheehan's interviews, essays, and speeches get better with each passing month, as her pain continues, her passion and insight grow, and the war that killed her son goes on – as the president who killed her son goes on being president. Cindy's latest book, Dear President Bush, is the best of the three books by or about Cindy Sheehan that I've read.”v - David Swanson, opednews.com



Experts

Torture Is A War Crime
by Cindy Sheehan

Journey For Humanity and Accountability - Day 5

Today our Journey took us to Ft. Benning, Ga, where the cancer of the School of Americas (WINSEC) is housed. I have written on torture before and I believe that BushCo’s policy of imprisoning people without their basic due process and torturing them is one of the grossest breeches of international and American law and one of the overriding reasons that they should be impeached. -commondreams.org , Jul 15, 2007