America's Armories: Architecture, Society, and Public Order
Harvard University Press, 1989 - Armories - 268 pages
Looks at the design and site location of American armories, and argues that they were influenced by a fear of class warfare.
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Fears of Class Warfare
The Building of the Armories
The Location of the Armories
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