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Preserving Memory: The Struggle to Create America's Holocaust Museum
Preface: Violence and American LandscapeAcknowledgementsIntroduction: Locating Holocaust Memory in American Culture Chapter 1:The Decision to Remember Who Owns the Memory? The Politics ofExpand
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American Sacred Space
1. Introduction, by David Chidester and Edward T. Linenthal 2. Dirt in the Courtroom: Indian Land Claims and American OProperty Rights,O by Robert S. Michaelsen 3. Resacralizing Earth: PaganExpand
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Remembering War the American Way.
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Sacred Ground: Americans and Their Battlefields
An authoritative study of the nature of the American patriotic spirit as observed in its most hallowed memorials (Kirkus Reviews), this book includes updates of each site, and offers the mostExpand
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American samurai : myth, imagination, and the conduct of battle in the First Marine Division, 1941-1951
List of illustrations, maps and tables Preface Introduction: imagery and instrumentality in war 1. Mythic images of the Marines before Pearl Harbour 2. Creating Marine - and a masculine deal 3.Expand
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Struggling with History and Memory
I wish to speak about the components of the controversy at the National Air and Space Museum (NASM): (1) the presence of the Enola Gay itself; (2) the evolution of the museum, from the nation'sExpand
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The National Park Service and Civic Engagement
Edward T. Linenthal reflects on the several years he spent as a Visiting Scholar with the Civic Engagement program of the National Park Service. Linenthal conducted seminars on issues in publicExpand
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