By Andrew Burt
Burt argues that political hysteria arises during periods of deep uncertainty approximately American identification, and that once american citizens lose their experience of who they're, they lash out opposed to perceived threats with blacklists, scapegoating, conspiracies, cover-ups and extra. through exploring the notorious and infrequently forgotten routine and characters of our nation’s earlier, this interesting ebook presents a distinct view into America’s historical past, its identification, and finally its future.
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