Death of Iraq: Stories of Life Under American Occupation, 2003-2011

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Based on seven years of reporting by Iraqi journalist Alaa Majeed and American journalist David Enders, Death of Iraq: Stories of Life Under American Occupation, 2003-2011 traces the effects of the U.S. occupation and the ensuing civil strife through the personal narratives of seven individual citizens: a student and Iraq-born Palestinian, a Shiite imam, a farmer, a teacher, a Kurd living in the south, an oil worker and union leader, and a sheikh from Falluja leading the Awakening Movement. The stories combine powerfully to illuminate the multiple sufferings of the country and the difficulties it faces moving forward.