Holy War

Cowboys, Indians, and 9/11s

About the Book

Noam Chomsky and George W. Bush seldom agree, but both asserted that 9/11 stood alone in American history. Mark Anderson disagrees. Although the use of airplanes as weapons of mass destruction was new, Holy War demonstrates that America's response to the attack followed a legendary pattern as old as the Republic itself. "Holy War is a timely reminder of how Americans, for centuries, have understood their wars of aggression as ultimately justified and fundamentally innocent." - Boyd Cothran, author of Remembering the Modoc War

About the Author

Mark Cronlund Anderson is an award-winning author of five books, including Seeing Red and Pancho Villa's Revolution by Headlines.

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2017 Book Awards