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by Carol M. Hunter,James C. Juhnke

Author: Carol M. Hunter,James C. Juhnke
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Pandora Pr; Second ed. edition (April 1, 2003)
Pages: 322 pages
Category: Other
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Carol Hunter teaches at Earlham College in Indiana, and James Juhnke has recently retired from Bethel College in Kansas; with their Quaker and Mennonite affiliations, both Christian liberal arts colleges have a longstanding and vibrant peace tradition. 13 people found this helpful.

James C. Juhnke and Carol M. Hunter have written a ground-breaking book, challenging the routine application of the myth of redemptive violence of the history of the United States

James C. Hunter have written a ground-breaking book, challenging the routine application of the myth of redemptive violence of the history of the United States. This work is a timely and eye-opening corrective that helps th James C.

Juhnke and Hunter argue that, when Woodrow Wilson led the US into World War I, justifying it as the . This book is a provocative, informative alternative to conventional histories of the US - a much needed antidote to American illusions about the redemptive power of violence.

Juhnke and Hunter argue that, when Woodrow Wilson led the US into World War I, justifying it as the way to achieve such idealistic goals as making the world safe for democracy, he failed because he chose to join in using means which contradicted his ends (195).

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The. chapter the quote comes from is entitled, "The Cold War: Pyrrhic Victory". It. begins with the subtitle: UNWINNABLE WARS. world history-a history that directly or indirectly implies that the Cold War. was won by the West-when in fact, a great deal of the Cold War, especially. the Cold War in developing nations from the 1950s onwards, may certainly. for Nonviolent Alternatives in United States History, should become. mainstays to development of new and long-needed curricula on all. areas of social science and history.

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