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Guant�namo

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An on-the-ground history of American empire

Say the word "Guant�namo" and orange jumpsuits, chain-link fences, torture, and indefinite detention come to mind. To critics the world over, Guant�namo Bay, Cuba, is a striking symbol of American hypocrisy. But the prison isn't the whole story. For more than two centuries, Guant�namo has been at the center of American imperial ambition, first as an object of desire then as a convenient staging ground.

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ISBN:9780809048977
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Trajectory Index

Words: 158,765
Unique Words: 10,482
Complexity Index: 56
Reading Level: 9.3
Avg Sentence (words): 15.30
Avg Word (chars): 4.80
Chapters: 18
Paragraphs: 7,269
Adult Reading Time: 10:35
Sentiment: -0.008
Intensity: 0.050
People: 1,597
Places: 577
Brands: 268
Things: 850
SAT Words: 1,579
Trajectory China 300: 216
TOEFL Words: 159
IELTS Words: 583
Nouns 62.9%
Verbs 17.6%
Adjectives 13.2%
Adverbs 3.7%
Other 2.6%
Profanity: 13
Explicit Activity: 14
Violence: 170

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