5 edition of War for America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -253) and index.
|LC Classifications||E208 .B6 1991b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||92221301|
If we give in to taxation, in other words, there will be no end to further demands that Britain imposes on us, so we must take a stand now. After intense migration inland from the flooded eastern seaboard, the U. One key metal in limited supply was copper. The federal income tax entered the lives of many Americans. America in Vietnam is frequently characterized as a "revisionist" history of the Vietnam War.
Individuals War for America book selected from this manpower pool for examination by one of over 6, local draft boards. The need for workers led manufacturers to hire women, teenagers, the aged, and minorities previously excluded by discrimination from sectors of the economy. In using the phrases "peace activists" or "peace demonstrations", Lewy often puts quotation marks around the word "peace", implying alternative motivations for the activism. Though defense jobs paid far more than traditional "female" occupations, women were still often paid less than men performing comparable work. That alone makes the charge of genocide--i. As the war grinds pointlessly on, and she and her family languish in materially deprived boredom, she is singled out by a smooth-talking figure named Gaines, who hires her to deliver money to rebel militiamen operating outside the purview of the Army of the Free Southern State.
They considered factors like the importance of a man's occupation to the war effort, his health, and his family situation. They had to adapt to an entirely new War for America book of living, one that involved routine inspections and strict military conduct, as well as rigorous physical and combat training. Millions of new jobs were created and millions of Americans moved to new communities to fill them. Cases of fragging and avoidance of combat may well have been instigated at times by antiwar militants, though no hard evidence of organized subversion was ever discovered. Indeed, detailed examination of battlefield practices reveals that the loss civilian life in Vietnam was less great than in World War II and Korea and that concern with minimizing the ravages of the war was strong. They trained in first aid, aircraft spotting, bomb removal, and fire fighting.
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When, in the face of environmental catastrophe, fossil fuel is outlawed, the country goes bonkers. Sugar cane was needed to produce gunpowder, dynamite, and other chemical products. Old cars, bed frames, radiators, pots, and pipes were just some of the items gathered at metal "scrap drives" around the nation.
Cobb The federal income tax entered the lives of many Americans. America was now drawn into a global war.
One of them had never been to Detroit in all his life.
American War: A Novel is not a bad War for America book, and many readers may like it, but in the end its flaws overpower any of its strengths. Military and economic expansion created labor shortages. She is defiant, resourceful and willing to sacrifice her life to protect those she loves.
A key ingredient needed to make the explosives in much ammunition was glycerine. It is a story that extrapolates the deep, partisan divisions that already plague American politics and looks at where those widening splits could lead.
Benjamin realizes that his aunt is still haunted War for America book her childhood at Camp Patience. Blood can never be unspilled. That alone makes the charge of genocide--i. Many were volunteers, but the majority,roughly 10 million,entered the military through the draft.
World War II presented Allied war planners with a tactical dilemma--how to make large amphibious landings of armies against defended coasts.
They produced over 1 billion tons of food. Jake Bible "I belong to what they call the Miraculous Generation: those born in the years between the start of the Second American Civil War in and its end in American Foreign Relations Reconsidered, His writing is fluid, energetic, and gripping and his exploration of this period in early American history is unforgettable.
Fred Anderson's book, The War That Made America: A Short History of the French and Indian War was written as a companion volume to this informative documentary and it concentrates primarily on those aspects of the war that most impacted the American colonies and which later led to the start of the American Revolution.
She lives with her family on the climate change-ravaged coast of Louisiana. Over 2, servicemen and civilians lost their lives.
They learned to operate and maintain weapons. Cases of fragging and avoidance of combat may well have been instigated at times by antiwar militants, though no hard evidence of organized subversion was ever discovered.
War for America book author suggests there may be a connection between cases of sabotage in the Navy and the anti-war movement: Between andthe Navy experienced a growing number of cases of sabotage and arson on its ships, but no evidence could be found that antiwar activists had directly participated in a sabotage attempt on a Navy vessel.After five years of extremism, as demonstrated by these recent examples of risking war with Russia, there remained, for the first time in decades of Cold War history, no countervailing forces in.
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