Evolution of Irregular War;” Boot, Invisible Armies.
40 See, for instance, Bard E. O’Neill, Insurgency and Terrorism: From Revolution
to Apocalypse, 2nd edn (Washington, DC: Potomac Books, Inc., 2005), 19–28.
41 Ibid., 27–8.
42 Bard E. O’Neill, “Forward,” in Robert Taber, War of the Flea: The Classic Study
of Guerrilla Warfare (Washington, DC: Potomac Books, Inc., 2002), p. viii.
43 United States Department of the Army, Counterinsurgency, 1-5.
44 See, for instance, Boot, Invisible Armies, xx–xxiii, xxvi–xxvii.
45 One question we may raise here is whether or not a
Dialectic of Enlightenment ’ in In the Shadow of Catastrophe:
German Intellectuals Between Apocalypse and Enlightenment , Berkeley:
University of California Press, 2001), 184.
Some of the work of members of the Frankfurt School for
the US government has now been published in Franz Neumann, Herbert Marcuse and
Otto Kirchheimer, Secret Reports on Nazi Germany: The Frankfurt School
land holds in the identity nexus of Native Americans, is obfuscated by the hegemonic understandings of the role land plays in the construction of US national identity.
Jon Stratton, ‘The beast of the apocalypse: The postcolonial experience of the United States’, in Postcolonial America , ed. C. Richard King (Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2000), p. 26