By David Kieran,Edwin A. Martini,Sahr Conway-Lanz,Stefan Aune,Nick Witham,Mark R. Wilson,Jennifer Mittelstadt,Christopher Hamner,Wilbur J. Scott,Jana K. Lipman,Christine Knauer,Kara Dixon Vuic,John M. Kinder,Richard P. Tucker,Susan L. Carruthers,Bonnie M. Mi
At conflict offers brief, obtainable essays addressing the primary concerns within the new army history—ranging from international relations and the historical past of imperialism to the environmental concerns that battle increases and the ways in which conflict shapes and is formed by way of discourses of id, to questions of who serves within the U.S. army and why and the way U.S. wars were represented within the media and in pop culture.
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At War: The Military and American Culture in the Twentieth Century and Beyond (War Culture) by David Kieran,Edwin A. Martini,Sahr Conway-Lanz,Stefan Aune,Nick Witham,Mark R. Wilson,Jennifer Mittelstadt,Christopher Hamner,Wilbur J. Scott,Jana K. Lipman,Christine Knauer,Kara Dixon Vuic,John M. Kinder,Richard P. Tucker,Susan L. Carruthers,Bonnie M. Mi