By Chris J. Magoc
This four-volume encyclopedia chronicles the ancient roots of the us' present army dominance, documenting its progress from continental expansionism to hemispheric hegemony to worldwide empire.
• Overviews the heritage of yankee imperialism via chronologically prepared entries which are multidisciplinary, incisively written, and proficient via the most recent scholarship
• Covers concerns starting from the fur alternate of the frontier period to state-of-the-art complicated engagement within the heart East and Africa
• stocks key insights at the intersection of pop culture with the projection of U.S. army power
• comprises heritage fabric and an in depth collection of basic files that may aid scholars perform severe interpreting, pondering, and writing skills
• positive aspects quite a few photographs, illustrations, and sidebars that brighten up the textual content and have interaction scholars in participatory learning
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