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DATE

1984

AUTHORS

Martin Shaw

ABSTRACT

The experience of war in our Northern industrial civilisation is a strange phenomenon. After two world wars, the nature and effects of which were unprecedented in human history, we have lived through nearly four decades without global conflict. This period, usually described as one of peace, has been overhung by the fear of warfare of unimaginable horror, and accompanied by the ‘noises off of an unending series of lesser but still very bloody wars, almost all of them in the South. The ‘peaceful’ North has been the site of preparations for a Third World War, as well as sending forth its armies or its weapons and (important for our psychological participation) its television cameras to each phase of Third World war. More... »

PAGES

1-22

Book

TITLE

War, State and Society

ISBN

978-0-333-35810-8
978-1-349-17414-0

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