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Integral Pluralism: Beyond Culture Wars

by Fred Dallmayr

In addition to war, terrorism, and unchecked military violence, modernity is also subject to less visible but no less venomous conflicts.

God Bless America: Tin Pan Alley Goes to War

by Kathleen E.R. Smith

After Pearl Harbor, Tin Pan Alley songwriters rushed to write the Great American War Song—an “Over There” for World War II. The most popular songs, however, continued to be romantic ballads, escapist tunes, or novelty songs.

Revolution and Ideology: Images of the Mexican Revolution in the United States

by John A. Britton

Mexico and the United States share a border of more than 2,000 miles, and their histories and interests have often intertwined.

Finley Peter Dunne and Mr. Dooley: The Chicago Years

by Charles Fanning

Finley Peter Dunne, American journalist and humorist, is justly famous for his creation of Mr. Dooley, the Chicago Irish barkeep whose weekly commentary on national politics, war, and human nature kept Americans chuckling over their newspapers for nearly two decades at the beginning of this century.

The Frontier Mind

by Arthur K. Moore

In Kentucky, the first frontier beyond the Appalachians, Arthur K. Moore finds a unique ground for examining some of the basic elements in America’s cultural development.