Mar 15, 2013 — At No. 3, Rachel Maddow's Drift argues that military bloat has led to a state of near-perpetual war.
Mar 4, 2013 — In fiction, Nathan Englander's short stories, Amanda Coplin's Pacific Northwest drama and Anthony Giardina's tale of miscalculated suburban escape arrive in paperback. In softcover nonfiction, Rachel Maddow takes stock of America's perpetual wars and Lauren F. Winner reflects on her crisis of faith.
May 7, 2012 — In her new book, MSNBC anchor Rachel Maddow invokes Thomas Jefferson to argue for limited government — at least in the case of the military. She argues that sometimes we got to war because we've invested so much in military strength.
Apr 5, 2012 — Rachel Maddow explores the state of American national security in Drift, which debuts at No. 1.
Mar 27, 2012 — The popular MSNBC host talks about her start in broadcasting, her life and her new book Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power, in which she argues that America's national defense has become disconnected from public oversight.
May 30, 2006 — Author James Carroll's book House of War takes an in-depth look at the power and structure of the Pentagon. He talks about the impact of the "military-industrial complex" on America over the past 60 years.
Apr 1, 2005 — Andrew Bacevich, author of The New American Militarism: How Americans Are Seduced by War, argues that the U.S. is too willing to send its troops around the world. He discusses the increasing use of military power in U.S. foreign policy and how it is threatening national security. Bacevich is a historian and a Vietnam veteran.