A Zombie's History of the United States: From the Massacre at Plymouth Rock to the CIA's Secret War on the Undead

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Ulysses Press, Dec 1, 2010 - Humor - 228 pages
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"Americans have been taught that their nation is civilized and humane. But, too often, U.S. actions have been uncivilized and inhumane.

--Howard Zinn


Shedding light on 500 years of suppression, this shocking expos reveals the pivotal role in American history played by its most invisible minority--zombies.

From colonization and revolution to World Wars and global hegemony,A Zombie’s History of the United States tells the powerful and moving stories of this country’s living-dead underclass, including:

*The zombie massacre of European colonists at Plymouth Rock

*The gruesome killing of a zombinated Meriwether Lewis by his fellow explorer William Clark

*The doomed defense of the Alamo against hordes of the attacking undead

*The heroic, platoon-saving charge into a hail of German fire by an undead Lt. Audie Murphy

*The top-secret NASA missions that launched(and often lost) zombies into space

*The anti-terrorist program to stop the weaponization of the zombie virus




 

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Contents

Prelude of the Living Dead
9
One
17
Two
36
Three
58
Four
88
Five
101
Six
121
Seven
145
Eight
164
Nine
187
Conclusion of the Living Dead
211
Reference Notes and Bibliography
219
About the Author
228
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Worm Miller holds a doctorate in cultural zombology from the University of Minneapolis, where he teaches courses in zombie history. A Zombie's History of the United States is his first book. Miller lives in Bloomington, Minnesota.

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