The U.S. Military Suffers from Affluenza

Is there [an American institution] that suffers from the institutional version of affluenza (however fuzzy or imprecise that word may be) so much that it has had immense difficulty shouldering the blame for its failures and wrongdoing? The answer is hidden in plain sight: the U.S. military.

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Terrorism, Violence, and the Culture of Madness

Under the merging of the surveillance state, warfare state, and the harsh regime of neoliberalism, we are witnessing the death of the old system of social welfare supports and the emergence of a new society marked by the heavy hand of the national security state, the depoliticization of the American...

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