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Anti-American myths

their causes and consequences

by Arnold Beichman

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Published by Transaction in New Brunswick (U.S.A.) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Radicalism -- United States.,
    • United States -- Social conditions -- 1960-1980.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementArnold Beichman ; with a new introduction by the author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN65 .B42 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationlx, 320 p. ;
      Number of Pages320
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1706469M
      ISBN 101560005904
      LC Control Number92007880

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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone Author: Arnold Beichman. In his probing new introduction to Anti-American Myths, which was initially published twenty years ago as Nine Lies About America, Arnold Beichman notes a powerful fact: what makes the United States unique is not only its military power nor its huge economy, nor /5(2).

The myths most cited as parallel with superhero stories—Greek myths, Norse myths, Biblical stories—aren't empowerment fantasies.

They're stories about terrible forces that control the lives of puny humans, who have no choice but to acquiesce and then die and then, more often than not, go to hell. “Anti-Americanism is now the mother's milk of the American educational system. Many schools in the United States teach that capitalism is exploitative and American foreign policy is imperialistic.

Patriotism isn't taught in American schools. This needs to be understood. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: Nine lies about America. New York: Library Press, Description. In a sprawling and discursive discussion, I spoke with Joffe about his new book, Israel, anti-Americanism, anti-Semitism, the politics of.

Using this claim-based approach, a statement would be labeled "anti-American" solely on the basis of what it is saying about America, not of who is saying it or why it is being said. This is the approach taken 30 years ago by Arnold Beichman, in Anti-American Myths: Their Causes and Consequences (, ).

Here "anti-American" claims are. The book doesn’t name every American myth, but it deals at length with five myths that have profoundly shaped American self-understanding over several centuries. Five Myths, Plus Another The first is the myth of the chosen nation – the notion that God chose the US for a special, redemptive mission in the world.

This inconvenient truth is left out of the anti-American narrative as it would present a more balanced view of reality. Restoring reality to our national discourse when it comes to relations with our neighbour to the south is exactly what Rudyard Griffiths achieved in American Myths: What Canadians think they know about the United States.

The Founding Myth: Why Christian Nationalism Is Un-American by Andrew Seidel “The Founding Myth” exposes the myth that America was founded on Christian principles and it is an effective assault on the Christian nationalist identity/5.

The Myths of the Anti-American Myth #1 “Buying American is bad because other countries will start doing the same, and it will start economic wars and conflicts.” Validity: 0% Lets start with the first and one of the most common myths about economic patriotism, and. Inside the right-wing anti-Obama books, from to (Washington Post photo illustration; using a photo by Pedro Santana/AFP via Getty Images) Aug a.m.

PDT. Washington Author: Carlos Lozada. Arnold Beichman (New York City – FebruPasadena, California) was an author, scholar, and a critic of the time of his death, he was a Hoover Institution research fellow and a columnist for The Washington spent much of his life as a crusader against communism.

Beichman was born on New York City's Lower East Side, in Born:New York City, U.S. The war between the United States and the Confederate States began on Ap at Fort Sumter, Charleston, South Carolina. The immediate cause was Constitutional principle: the U.S.

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War Without Mercy: Race and Power in the Pacific War. by John W. Dower. New York: Pantheon Books,xii, pp., illustrated, $, ISBN X. but accepts uncritically all the cliches and myths about alleged German atrocities that were the staples of Allied propaganda.

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But even today, it is not the same to be Italian American, or Irish American, or even Chinese American, as it is to be Arab American or Mexican American. Not all immigrants have the same luxury of "embracing" their hyphenated Author: Vangmayi Parakala.

Myth 2 The United States Behaves Better Than Other Nations Do. Declarations of American exceptionalism rest on the belief that the United States is a uniquely virtuous nation, one that loves peace.

of biased sentiment directed at this country over the years This book does not repeat their labors. Rather than cataloguing the recurrent themes in anti-American myths, the chapters that follow address what I call the myth of anti-Americanism: the conviction that criticism the United States encounters.

In the s, in the faculty-filled suburbs west of Boston, the historian Howard Zinn was something of a folk hero. The Boston Globe, where Zinn published a column, ran stories of his battles with.

American Gods () is a fantasy novel by British author Neil novel is a blend of Americana, fantasy, and various strands of ancient and modern mythology, all centering on the mysterious and taciturn Shadow. The book was published in by Headline in the United Kingdom and by William Morrow in the United States.

It gained a positive critical response and Author: Neil Gaiman. It busts myths kids learn about various historical figures and periods, such as Christopher Columbus, who, Loewen writes, is presented by American history books as “pretty much without precedent.Anti-Americanism, often Anti-American sentiment, is opposition or hostility toward the government, culture, or people of the United States.

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