Don't Tread on Me: A 400-Year History of America at War, from Indian Fighting to Terrorist Hunting

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Crown Publishing Group, 2007 - History - 452 pages
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A compelling re-evaluation of America's military history analyzes the wars, military campaigns, and foreign and military policy of the United States from its earliest origins to the present day, arguing that the current problems confronting the U.S. in the war on terror are the result of political failures rather than military ones. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.

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Review: Don't Tread on Me: A 400-Year History of America at War, from Indian Fighting to Terrorist Hunting

User Review  - Sean - Goodreads

The anti-woman, anti-liberal, anti-government writer of this passion play never met a war he didn't like... Unless it was one of those pussy Clinton missile strikes. This book both celebrates the ... Read full review

Review: Don't Tread on Me: A 400-Year History of America at War, from Indian Fighting to Terrorist Hunting

User Review  - Reese - Goodreads

Fantastic narrative on the personalities, local color and the prevailing sensibility on American expansionism then-to-now. A very clear-eyed exposition on the nuances of the run-up to the Civil War. A must-read for lit geeks who love their country. Read full review

About the author (2007)

H. W. Crocker III is the author of Triumph: The Power and the Glory of the Catholic Church and Robert E. Lee on Leadership: Executive Lessons in Character, Courage, and Vision, as well as the prizewinning comic novel The Old Limey. He has worked as a journalist, a speechwriter for the governor of California, and a book editor. He lives near the battlefields of northern Virginia.

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