Pioneering scholar Donald E. Pease traces the evolution of state fantasies of exceptionalism and shows how they have shaped U.S. national identity since the end of the cold war, uncovering the ideological and cultural work required to convince Americans to surrender their civil liberties in exchange for the illusion of security.
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