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Beyond September 11: an Anthology of Dissent

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ISBN-10: 0745319629

ISBN-13: 9780745319629

Edition: 2002

Authors: Phil Scraton

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Civilian deaths in horrific circumstances triggered an uncompromising response from the US administration and its allies. This anthology presents accessible, detailed and aften deeply personal accounts of the aftermath.
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Book details

List price: $35.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Pluto Press
Publication date: 8/20/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 5.31" wide x 8.46" long x 0.70" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Introduction: Witnessing 'Terror', Anticipating 'War'
America's Jihad: A History of Origins
An Unconscionable Threat to Humanity
The Threat of United States' Ruthlessness
'Terrorism', 'War' and Democracy Compromised
The Politics of Morality
Representations of Terror in the Legitimation of War
'Either You Are With Us or You Are With the Terrorists': The War's Home Front
Resistance and Terror: Lessons from Ireland
September 11 Aftermath: Where is the World Heading?
A Question of State Crime?
This War is Illegal and Immoral, and it Won't Prevent Terrorism
Expanding the Concept of Terrorism?
Legislative Responses to Terrorism
All in the Name of Security
In Defence of Civil Liberties
Poverty is the New Black
The Challenge of September 11: An Interview with A Sivanandan
The Policing of Immigration in the New World Disorder
September 11 and All That: An African Perspective
The Khaki Election
Signs of the Times
Business as Usual? Corporate Moralism and the 'War Against Terrorism'
Markets, Regulation and Risk: The US Airlines Industry and Some Fallout from September 11
Dangers of the Armed Response at Home
Terrorism, Neighbours and Nuremberg
Pledging Allegiance: The Revival of Prescriptive Patriotism
My Fellow Americans: Looking Black on Red Tuesday
Neither Pure Nor Vile
The Lion, the Witch and the Warmonger: 'Good', 'Evil' and the Shattering of Imperial Myth
Beyond September 11: Certainties and Doubts
Could Osama Bin Laden Have Been a Woman? Masculinity and September 11
An Attack on Truth?
My Beating by Refugees is a Symbol of the Hatred and Fury of this Filthy War
In the Name of a 'Just War'
Notes on Contributors