By Mark Cronlund Anderson
"Holy conflict is a well timed reminder of ways americans, for hundreds of years, have understood their wars of aggression as eventually justified and essentially innocent." Boyd Cothran, writer of Remembering the Modoc War
"Captivatingly written, hugely obtainable and fascinating, this booklet makes a tremendous contribution to scholarship on 9-11 through drawing parallels among those occasions and America's position in prior conflicts. extra so, it illuminates the relationship among a legacy of racist photos of local american citizens in pop culture and using that imagery to justify American imperialistic intervention." Matthew Tegelberg, MediaClimate, York University
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Holy War: Cowboys, Indians, and 9/11s by Mark Cronlund Anderson