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Author Boggs, Carl.

Title Imperial delusions : American militarism and the endless war / Carl Boggs
Published Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, [2005]


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 MELB  322.50973 Bog/Ida  Unavailable C19
Description pages cm
regular print
Series Polemics
Polemics (Rowman and Littlefield, Inc.)
Contents 1. The rise of the military behemoth -- 2. The U.S. struggle for global domination -- 3. The military and subversion of democratic politics -- 4. The culture of militarism -- 5. The crimes of empire -- 6. The eclipse of U.S. hegemony?
Summary "In this hard-hitting critique, Carl Boggs argues that the United States is dominated by a new militarism, one that has become more potent and menacing since 9/11. He explores the origins and development of this new militarism and shows its devastating effects on American society, politics, and foreign policy." "As America expands its influence, Imperial Delusions demonstrates how Americans have become addicted to war - allowing a military culture to control their interactions with each other and the world."--BOOK JACKET
Analysis United States
Defence policy
Human rights
International law
Foreign policy
Cultural values
Overseas item
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Militarism -- United States.
Civil-military relations -- United States.
United States -- Military policy.
LC no. 2004011764
ISBN 0742527727 cloth alkaline paper
Other Titles American militarism and the endless war