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Death and the Statesman: The Culture and Psychology of U.S. Leaders During War

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Death and the Statesman: The Culture and Psychology of U.S. Leaders During War - Underhill-Cady, Joseph B

"Death and the Statesman" argues that the fear of death powerfully shapes our thinking about war. Drawing on an extensive study of 20th century US foreign policy officials, Underhill-Cady argues that through the use of symbolism, metaphor, and ritual, foreign policy leaders construe war as a battle against death itself. He provides a fresh and ... Read More

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