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Drift : the unmooring of American military power / Rachel Maddow.

Maddow, Rachel. (Author).

  • Book Book
  • ISBN: 0307460983 (hardcover)
  • ISBN: 9780307460981 (hardcover)
  • Description: 275 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First edition
  • Publisher: New York : Crown, [2012]

Available copies

  • 17 of 17 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries).

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0 current holds with 17 total copies.

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Beverly Main Adult Nonfiction UA 23 .M17 2012 (Text to Phone) Available -
Danvers Adult Nonfiction UA 23 M17 2012 (Text to Phone) Available -
Everett - Parlin Memorial Adult Nonfiction 306.27/M179d (Text to Phone) Available -
Gloucester Adult Nonfiction 306.27/Maddow (Text to Phone) Available -
Lynnfield Adult Nonfiction UA 23 .M17 2012 (Text to Phone) Available -
Marblehead Adult Nonfiction 306.27 MADDOW 2012 (Text to Phone) Available -
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Melrose Nonfiction (Second Floor) 306.27 Maddow (Text to Phone) Available -
Merrimack College Stacks (3rd) UA23 .M17 2012 (Text to Phone) Available -
Northern Essex - Haverhill Campus Stacks UA23 .M17 2012 (Text to Phone) Available -
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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Note: Is it too late to descope this? -- G.I. Joe, Ho Chi Minh, and the American art of fighting about fighting -- A nation at peace everywhere in the world -- Let 'er fly -- Isle of spice -- Stupid regulations -- Mylanta, 'tis of thee -- Doing more with less (hassle) -- "One hell of a killing machine" -- An $8 trillion fungus among us -- You build it, you own it.
Summary: In this book the author shows how deeply militarized our culture has become; how the role of the national security sector has shape-shifted and grown over the past century to the point of being financially unsustainable and confused in mission. Here she charts America's dangerous drift into a state of perpetual war. One of my favorite ideas is, never to keep an unnecessary soldier, Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1792.

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