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By Lisa M. Mundey
a lot of the preferred tradition within the a long time following international battle II mirrored and strengthened a extra pacifist conception of the USA. This learn explores army pictures in tv, movie, and comedian books from 1945 to 1970 to appreciate how pop culture made it attainable for a public to embody extra militaristic nationwide protection guidelines but proceed to understand themselves as deeply anti-militaristic.
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American Militarism and Anti-Militarism in Popular Media, 1945–1970 by Lisa M. Mundey