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Crusade : chronicles of an unjust war

Author: James Carroll
Publisher: New York : Metropolitan Books/Henry Holt, 2004.
Series: American empire project.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Publisher's description: With the words "this Crusade, this war on terror," George W. Bush defined the purpose of his presidency. And just as promptly, James Carroll-Boston Globe columnist, son of a general, former antiwar chaplain and activist, and recognized voice of ethical authority-began a week-by-week argument with the administration over its actions. In powerful, passionate bulletins, Carroll dissected the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Nonfiction
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James Carroll
ISBN: 0805077030 9780805077032 9780805078435 0805078436
OCLC Number: 54529148
Description: xvi, 286 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Part One. Onward Christian. 1. Holy War. Law Not War ; The Pentagon Mourning ; This Crusade, This War ; Gandhi's Birthday ; Religion: Problem or Solution? --
2. Afghanistan. But What Changed? ; The Bombing Reconsidered ; Why I Love This Country ; This War Is Not Just ; The Way the War Ends --
3. War At Home. Robert Kennedy and John Ashcroft ; Advent in a Time of Terror ; The Unjustice Department ; Red Christmas ; New Year's Resolutions. Part Two. Soldiers Marching. 4. Dead or Alive. U.S. Moves Fuel Bellicosity Elsewhere ; The Axis to Fear ; Bush the Radical ; America as Sparta ; Pakistan versus India --
5. Jerusalem. Muslims, Jews, Christians, and Peace ; The Palestinian and the Israeli ; Lost Children of the Conflict ; The Disappearing Border ; Suicide-Murder --
6. Afraid. In the Bunker ; America the Fearful ; American Mortality ; The Coming War in Iraq ; Lies, Damned Lies ; A Mistake, and a Crime ; Catholic Collapse and U.S. Foreign Policy ; So Who Do I Think I Am? --
7. Drumbeat. Inarticulate and Proud of It ; The War Anniversary ; Good Doubt, Bad Faith ; The President's Nuclear Threat ; Antiwar Then, Antiwar Now --
8. Hostage. Threshold Period ; Taken Hostage ; The Purpose of the War ; Toeing the Fault Line of Fear ; A Missile Cover-up at MIT? ; What the Seven Died For --
9. Moral Memory. Philip Berrigan ; The Christmas Bombing ; The Last Year ; The Twenty-ninth Day. Part Three. As to War. 10. Iraq. At the United Nations ; The Age of Innocence ; Watch the War with Both Eyes ; A War Policy in Collapse ; A Meditation on War ; At War in Iraq --
11. Questions. An April Fools' Day Surprise ; The Answer Is No ; A Nation Lost ; Moral Awareness in Korea ; The Absolute Weapon --
12. Recognitions. Bad Weather over America ; Antisemitism and Israel ; Palestinian Pain and Hope ; Millennial War ; To Love America --
13. Lost. Ridding the World of Evil ; Unintelligence ; Was the War Necessary? ; The Habit of Revenge ; The War Is Lost --
14. War Spreads. The Other 9-11 ; From Politics to Resistance ; Antiterrorism Creed ; Boykin's Bigger God ; Full-Spectrum Dominance --
15. Every Occupation Ends Badly. The Solution Is the Problem ; Day of Remembrance ; JFK's November ; Of Thanks and Mercy ; Why Peace Won't Come ; Captives: Hussein and Hiroshima ; A Year in America --
16. The Passions of War. But McGovern Was Right ; State of the Union ; Dying for a Mistake ; The Real Passions of Christ ; A Wall Across the World ; An Obscene Portrayal of Christ's Passion ; One Year Later --
Epilogue.
Series Title: American empire project.
Responsibility: James Carroll.

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An indictment of the Bush administration's war policies argues that war was an inappropriate response to the activities of Osama bin Laden, states that the president exploited the nation's fears, and  Read more...
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