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M.I.A. OR MYTHMAKING IN AMERICA

By: H. BRUCE FRANKLIN

Price: $6.00

Publisher: RUTGERS UNIVERSITY PRESS:

Seller ID: IM284212

ISBN: 0813520010

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AMERICAN PRISONERS & EX-PRISONERS WRITIN

By: H. BRUCE FRANKLIN

Price: $20.00

Publisher: INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS GROUP:

Seller ID: IM306084

ISBN: 0882081470

Condition: GOOD CONDITION


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M.I.A. OR MYTHMAKING IN AMERICA

By: H. BRUCE FRANKLIN

Price: $9.00

Publisher: INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS GROUP:

Seller ID: IM521068

ISBN: 1556521189

Condition: GOOD CONDITION


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M.I.A. OR MYTHMAKING IN AMERICA

By: H. BRUCE FRANKLIN

Price: $9.00

Publisher: INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS GROUP:

Seller ID: IM356945

ISBN: 1556521189

Condition: GOOD CONDITION


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VIETNAM AND OTHER AMERICAN FANTASIES

By: H. BRUCE FRANKLIN

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Publisher: UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS:

Seller ID: IM358640

ISBN: 1558493328

Condition: GOOD WITH HIGHLIGHTING


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VIETNAM WAR : IN AMERICAN STORIES SONGS

By: H. BRUCE FRANKLIN

Price: $9.00

Publisher: ST. MARTINS PRESS/TOR BOOKS:

Seller ID: IM69490

ISBN: 0312115520

Condition: GOOD CONDITION


The first college anthology of American literature about the Vietnam War brings together 16 stories, 5 songs, and 63 poems in an affordable text for literature and history courses. View more info

WAR STARS

By: H. BRUCE FRANKLIN

Price: $12.00

Publisher: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS:

Seller ID: IM53760

ISBN: 0195052951

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Shortly after H.G. Wells published War of the Worlds, in which Martians decimate humanity, an American author countered with a buoyantly optimistic sequel, Edison's Conquest of Mars--the great Thomas Edison invents a disintegrator beam which exterminates the aliens and unifies Earth behind America. This may seem a harmless fantasy, but as H. Bruce Franklin points out in War Stars, an eye-opening analysis of the superweapon in American culture, Edison's Conquest epitomizes a pattern of thought that has beguiled Americans since the 18th century: the belief that miraculous new weapons will someho... View more info