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Christian G. Appy
Written in English
How did the Vietnam War change the way we think of ourselves as a people and a nation? Christian G. Appy, author of the widely praised oral history of the Vietnam War Patriots, now examines the relationship between the war"s realities and myths and its impact on our national identity, conscience, pride, shame, popular culture, and postwar foreign policy.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 341-384) and index.
|Statement||Christian G. Appy|
|LC Classifications||DS558 .A56 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 396 pages|
|Number of Pages||396|
|LC Control Number||2014038477|
North America. American reckoning is an engaged book, and all the more powerful for it. In its closing paragraph Christian Appy asserts: ‘But the public is not blameless’. If Americans continue to believe in their exceptionalism, to acquiesce in the misuse of US power so evident over the past decade and a half, if they trust that US force is being used for good, the Author: David Ryan. American Reckoning: The Vietnam War and Our National Identity Christian G. Appy. Viking, $ (p) ISBN In a wide .
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American Reckoning offers a fresh lens for understanding the United States in the context of its most controversial conflict as well as its twenty-first-century wars. It’s an impressive, valuable book.” —Nick Turse, author of the New York Times bestseller Kill Anything That Moves.
American Reckoning is a balanced, thoughtfully written investigation of It is tragic that this war, which offered an opportunity for a much-needed, honest discussion about America’s interventionist foreign policy and the ideological messianism underlying it, came to be interpreted instead in ways that have resulted in an even more myopic 4/5.
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Referencing various sources ranging from movies, novels, and songs to media coverage, official documents, and.
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Analyzing public, political and cultural responses to the Vietnam War, Appy (History/Univ. of Massachusetts; Patriots: The Vietnam War Remembered from All Sides,etc.) argues that the protracted conflict "shattered the central tenet of American national identity—the broad faith that the United States is a unique force for good in the world.".
In American Reckoning, Christian G. Appy—author of Patriots, the widely praised oral history of the Vietnam War—examines the war’s realities and myths and its lasting impact on our national self-perception.
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Christian Gerard Appy (born April 5, ) is a professor of history at the University of Massachusetts, is widely known as a leading expert on the Vietnam War experience.
The most recent of his three books on the subject is American Reckoning: The Vietnam War and Our National explores the war's impact on American politics, culture, and foreign Born: 5 AprilAtlanta, Georgia. Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning by Cathy Park Hong | Editorial Reviews.
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