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myth of American imperialism

Kahn, Otto Hermann

myth of American imperialism

by Kahn, Otto Hermann

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Published by Committee of American business men in [New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • United States -- Territorial expansion.

    • Edition Notes

      Address delivered at a meeting of the League for industrial democracy, in New York, on December 30, 1924. The other speakers being Edwin Meade Earle, Morris Hillquit and Scott Nearing.

      Other titlesImperialism, American, The myth of.
      Statementby Otto H. Kahn.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE713 .K12
      The Physical Object
      Pagination26 p., 1 l.
      Number of Pages26
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6677294M
      LC Control Number25009587
      OCLC/WorldCa5169450

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The myth of American imperialism, Paperback – January 1, by Otto Hermann Kahn (Author)Author: Otto Hermann Kahn. —Andrew J. Bacevich, author of Twilight of the American Century “‘If you want to avoid civil war, you must become imperialists,’ Cecil Rhodes once said. The End of the Myth trenchantly relates how an American dream of expansion and growth managed to contain domestic disaffection, and reveals the perils of a shattered imperial fantasy.

Describing the consequences of an exhausted imperialism. The term American imperialism could identify the United States as an inherently imperial power that self-justifies its own expansion and either the domination or incorporation of other parties into the American power scheme.

The Vietnam War divided the nation and generated unprecedented hostility towards military adventures, which were seen as expressions of imperialism. The American dream seemed to be fading.

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Yet American leaders continue to promote the myth that America is benevolent and peace-loving, and involves itself in conflicts only to defend the rights of others; excesses and cruelties, though.

American Exceptionalism and American Innocence: A People's History of Fake News―From the Revolutionary War to the War on Terror. The book provides fresh insights into the history of US territorial expansion and imperialism, bringing together more well-known instances (such as the purchase of Alaska) with those less-frequently discussed (such as the acquisition of the Guano Islands after ).

The god of American imperialism is the American nation. That god is an idol. The myths of American imperialism are idolatrous and factually false, but the important point is that they truly function as myths, that is, as stories told to connect people with their idolatrous national : Tom Sorenson.

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The cries of cultural imperialism are a relatively recent phenomenon. Twenty-five years after my book's publication, Orientalism once again raises the question of whether modern imperialism ever ended, or whether it has continued in.

What Sidney Lens wrote around about ‘the myth of morality’ encircling American imperialism was clearly still in evidence in His history of American empire is essential for understanding what still goes on in our time.” —From the foreword by Howard Zinn. The Mythology of Imperialism I have read, used, and considered to be one of the genuinely important handful of books on modern literature.

—Edward Said. I wish someone like Jonah Raskin had been around to teach me when I was young: it is his respect for what a young person is going through at a particular time, the stage of his/her growth that is valuable. Grandin’s book demonstrates that American myths about open frontiers have always been dangerously simplistic, covering up inequality and violence both at home and abroad.

This classic book is the first truly comprehensive history of American imperialism. This thoughtful, in-depth account of Native struggles against environmental and cultural degradation features chapters on the Seminoles, the Anishinaabeg, the Innu, the Northern Cheyenne, and the Mohawks, among others.

Model-Minority Imperialism provides a revealing critique of U.S. empire as a project that is fraught with indeterminacy, instability, and uneven consequences.

This is a captivating work that astutely situates Asian American cultural politics as the linchpin for comprehending the contradictions and. “They rode on and the sun in the east flushed a deeper run of colour like blood seeping up in sudden reaches flaring planewise and where the earth drained up into the sky at the edge of creation the top of the sun rose out of nothing like the head of a great red phallus until it cleared the unseen rim and sat squat and pulsing and malevolent behind them.” Few writers have described the.

His book, The Mythology of Imperialism, began as his doctoral dissertation in the late 60's on Kipling and Conrad. Through Jonah's demonstrations, arrests, international travel, and revolutionary activism, he developed it further with sharp, critical chapters on D.

Lawrence, E. Forster, Joyce Cary, and L. Myers. American Exceptionalism and American Innocence is not just a history book, although it is that too. Sirvent and Haiphong examine historical events and the myths that justified them.

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