Enemies of humanity: the nineteenth-century war on terrorism

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Contributors: Land, Isaac (Other)
Format: Electronic/Print Book
Published: New York, NY [u.a.] Palgrave Macmillan 2008
In:Year: 2008
Edition:1. publ.
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Item Description:Feel the terror : Edmund Burke's reflections on the revolution in France / Peter C. Messer -- "Unworthy of liberty?" Slavery, terror, and revolution in Haiti / Laurent Dubois -- Vindictive ferocity : Virginia's response to the Nat Turner rebellion / Bryan Rommel-Ruiz -- 1867 all over again? Insurgency and terrorism in a liberal state / Brian Jenkins -- The making of Russian revolutionary terrorism / Claudia Verhoeven -- Men with the faces of brutes : physiognomy, urban anxieties, and police states / Isaac Land -- Vast and cool and unsympathetic : from The descent of man to "The empire of the ants" / Matthew Candelaria -- The savage wars of peace : wars against terrorism in nineteenth-century Ireland and India / G.K. Peatling -- Half devil and half child : America's war with terror in the Philippines, 1899-1902 / John Coats -- The war against terrorism in late imperial and early Soviet Russia / Hugh Phillips. - Includes bibliographical references (p. [223]-239) and index. - Formerly CIP
Physical Description:VIII, 246 S 22 cm