Warrior Dreams by James William Gibson
Paramilitary Culture In Post-Vietnam America

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Published February 1, 1994 by Hill and Wang. 357 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Claiming the "New War" mentality as a fresh wrinkle in the fabric of post-Vietnam America -- in which killing capacity via new technology merges with traditions of a warrior's solo pursuit of guts and glory -- Gibson's evidence is compelling.

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In this impressive study, Gibson ( The Perfect War ) explores what he defines as the emerging paramilitary culture exemplified by the Rambo movies, the Matt Bolan Executioner series, combat games like

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In this impressive study, Gibson ( The Perfect War ) explores what he defines as the emerging paramilitary culture exemplified by the Rambo movies, the Matt Bolan Executioner series, combat games like paintball and combat shooting schools, plus the testosterone-saturated antics at the annual Sold...

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