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Masters of War: Militarism and Blowback in the Era of American Empire - New Political Science Reader (Hardback)
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Masters of War: Militarism and Blowback in the Era of American Empire - New Political Science Reader (Hardback)

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Hardback 384 Pages / Published: 09/10/2003
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First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9780415944984
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 635 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 25 mm


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""Masters of War is a wide-ranging, coherent, and critical account of the 'war on terrorism' and post-9/11 foreign policy. It gives you the whole picture -- you get the war on Afghanistan, the weaponization of space, the quest for oil dominance, and the patriarchal militarization of culture, all placed in a larger imperial context. If you want to go beyond the headlines and the sound-bites, buy this book.."
-Rahul Mahajan, author of "Full Spectrum Dominance: U.S. Power in Iraq and Beyond and "The New Crusade: America's War on Terrorism
"This is an excellent collection of articles on the crucial question of U.S. militarism, its impact abroad and within the US itself, and its relationship to imperialism. Over the last several years it has become clear that the threat to peace and social justice lies not only in corporate globalization, but in the vastly disproportionate military and economic power of the U.S., and the willingness of a political elite to use that power ruthlessly. Despite the urgency of this question, little has been written on it. This collection begins to fill this gap. These articles address many facets of U.S. expansionism and militarism, and show how both undermine democracy here and abroad.."
-Barbara Epstein, History of Consciousness Department, UC-Santa Cruz and co-editor of "Striking Terror: America's New War
"The main value of this book lies in its articulating a perspective on post September 11th America that is an important counter-weight to the usual views we get from the mainstream publications and pundits in this country."
-"Journal of Psychohistory

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