The Dominion of War: Empire & Conflict in America, 1500-2000

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This book defines war, rather than liberty, as the primary means by which the peoples of North America have defined social, cultural, and political boundaries for the last half-millennium. From the Seven Years' War, to the ambivalent response to the First World War, through to involvement in the Second World War, Vietnam and Iraq, this book traces the birth and evolution of a militaristic nation. The Dominion of War is a landmark account of how republic and empire have coexisted in history as two faces of the same coin. It ...

The Dominion of War: Empire & Conflict in America, 1500-2000 2005, Atlantic Books, London

ISBN-13: 9781903809730

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