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During the 2000 vice presidential debate, when Dick Cheney was asked about his financial success as Halliburton's CEO, he responded that the government had played no role in it. But even Cheney himself couldn't really believe that. Halliburton has taken the idea of the military-industrial complex to a level never before seen. And in its seemingly unstoppable march to becoming the vendor of choice for the United States military, Halliburton continues to court controversy.In The Halliburton Agenda, Halliburton and its subsidiary, Kellogg Brown & Root, form the foundation of an intriguing story of cronyism and conflict of interest that has only increased in momentum over the last decade.Award-winning journalist and bestselling author Dan Briody cuts through the veil of secrecy that cloaks this controversial company, and reveals how the confluence of business and politics has led to questionable deals as well as financial windfalls for Halliburton, its executives, and its subsidiaries.
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Dan Briody is the author of the books The Halliburton Agenda: The Politics of Oil and Money (2004) and The Iron Triangle: Inside the Secret World of the Carlyle Group (2003).
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