With the great exceptions of the Revolution, the Civil War, and
World War II, Americans seldom think about how military conflict
has fundamentally shaped the United States. "The Dominion of War"
offers a startling new perspective on American history. By moving
Americas forgotten conflictsits imperial warsto center stage, the
authors explain how war, above all else, has been the primary means
by which people of North America have defined American society for
the last half-millennium.
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