In his new book in the shadow of war michael s sherry describes and explains the process of militarization that has fundamentally transformed american life since the 1930she explores the myriad ways in which war has shaped indeed distorted american politics economics foreign policy culture and social relations. Start by marking in the shadow of war the united states since the 1930s as want to read start your review of in the shadow of war the united states since the 1930s write a review mar 17 2015 ian divertie rated it it was amazing review of another edition. In the shadow of war the united states since the 1930s user review kirkus a critical history . In the shadow of war bristles with insights andrew j rotter journal of american history a comprehensive illuminating and provocative interpretation of a difficult subject americas multifaceted militarization since the 1930s. The author of this imaginative study calls the years since 1941 in american history the age of militarization sherry a professor at northwestern means by militarization the process by which war and national security became consuming anxieties and provided the memories models and metaphors that shaped broad areas of national life the authors contention that militarization owed as
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