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The Resource To shake their guns in the tyrant's face : libertarian political violence and the origins of the militia movement, Robert H. Churchill, (electronic resource)

To shake their guns in the tyrant's face : libertarian political violence and the origins of the militia movement, Robert H. Churchill, (electronic resource)

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To shake their guns in the tyrant's face : libertarian political violence and the origins of the militia movement
Title
To shake their guns in the tyrant's face
Title remainder
libertarian political violence and the origins of the militia movement
Statement of responsibility
Robert H. Churchill
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Churchill, Robert H
Dewey number
322.4/20973
LC call number
HN90.R3
LC item number
C485 2009
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  • Militia movements
  • Radicalism
  • Government, Resistance to
Label
To shake their guns in the tyrant's face : libertarian political violence and the origins of the militia movement, Robert H. Churchill, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [287]-353) and index
Contents
  • The precedent of 1774: the role of insurgent violence in the political theory of the founding -- The revolution as living memory: Fries' Rebellion and The Alien and Sedition Act crisis of 1798-1800 -- The libertarian memory of the revolution in the Antebellum Era -- The roots of modern patriotism: conscription, resistance, and the Sons of Liberty conspiracy of 1864 -- Cleansing the memory of the revolution: Americanism, the black legion, and the first Brown Scare -- The making of the second Brown Scare: liberal pluralism and the evolution of the white supremacist right -- The origins of the militia movement: violence and memory on the suburban-rural frontier -- An exploration of militia ideology: the Whig diagnosis of post-Cold War America -- Epilogue: the defense of liberty in the age of terror
  • The precedent of 1774: the role of insurgent violence in the political theory of the founding -- The revolution as living memory: Fries' Rebellion and The Alien and Sedition Act crisis of 1798-1800 -- The libertarian memory of the revolution in the Antebellum Era -- The roots of modern patriotism: conscription, resistance, and the Sons of Liberty conspiracy of 1864 -- Cleansing the memory of the revolution: Americanism, the black legion, and the first Brown Scare -- The making of the second Brown Scare: liberal pluralism and the evolution of the white supremacist right -- The origins of the militia movement: violence and memory on the suburban-rural frontier -- An exploration of militia ideology: the Whig diagnosis of post-Cold War America -- Epilogue: the defense of liberty in the age of terror
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000429798
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780472116829
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2008048161
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000429798
Label
To shake their guns in the tyrant's face : libertarian political violence and the origins of the militia movement, Robert H. Churchill, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [287]-353) and index
Contents
  • The precedent of 1774: the role of insurgent violence in the political theory of the founding -- The revolution as living memory: Fries' Rebellion and The Alien and Sedition Act crisis of 1798-1800 -- The libertarian memory of the revolution in the Antebellum Era -- The roots of modern patriotism: conscription, resistance, and the Sons of Liberty conspiracy of 1864 -- Cleansing the memory of the revolution: Americanism, the black legion, and the first Brown Scare -- The making of the second Brown Scare: liberal pluralism and the evolution of the white supremacist right -- The origins of the militia movement: violence and memory on the suburban-rural frontier -- An exploration of militia ideology: the Whig diagnosis of post-Cold War America -- Epilogue: the defense of liberty in the age of terror
  • The precedent of 1774: the role of insurgent violence in the political theory of the founding -- The revolution as living memory: Fries' Rebellion and The Alien and Sedition Act crisis of 1798-1800 -- The libertarian memory of the revolution in the Antebellum Era -- The roots of modern patriotism: conscription, resistance, and the Sons of Liberty conspiracy of 1864 -- Cleansing the memory of the revolution: Americanism, the black legion, and the first Brown Scare -- The making of the second Brown Scare: liberal pluralism and the evolution of the white supremacist right -- The origins of the militia movement: violence and memory on the suburban-rural frontier -- An exploration of militia ideology: the Whig diagnosis of post-Cold War America -- Epilogue: the defense of liberty in the age of terror
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000429798
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780472116829
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2008048161
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000429798

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