"[The author has] the odd accolade of being the only American among
Castro's defending forces at Playa Giron....He makes an excellent
case, a sort of modern Sun Tzu who finds romance in the abstract
guerilla formula of juggling time, space, and will."
"Has new relevance as terrorist organizations inspired by new revolutionaries dominate the international security landscape. . . . Reading "The War of the Flea" is an excellent beginning to understanding the current problems facing the military."
"Very interesting on the popular level, and a good example of political journalism..."