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Americans and the Wars of the Twentieth Century by Jenel Virden

Americans and the Wars of the Twentieth Century

Description : Jenel Virden outlines the causes, courses and consequences of the major wars of the Twentieth century in American history, examining how the US became involved, fought and the domestic consequences. Applying 'just war theory' to foreign policy as well as civil liberties, the book is brought up to date with an Epilogue on the Iraq War.

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Authors : Jenel Virden

Published Date : 2008-02-04

Publisher : Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN : 9781137019592

Page : 256 Pages

Categories : History

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