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Book Review: "Gun Country: Gun Capitalism, Culture, and Control in Cold War America"

Book Review: "Gun Country: Gun Capitalism, Culture, and Control in Cold War America"

Update: 2024-05-09
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Author Andrew McKevitt's book Gun Country posits that America's unique love for guns appeared in the late 20th century, growing out of a love of cheap WWII surplus arms, Cold War commie fear, and 1960s race riots. Is it this simple? And is his description of "gun capitalism" a helpful way to talk about the Citizen Defense Industry?





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Book Review: "Gun Country: Gun Capitalism, Culture, and Control in Cold War America"

Book Review: "Gun Country: Gun Capitalism, Culture, and Control in Cold War America"

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