Global Culture of Terror: A Marxist Riposte
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"The world is becoming more attuned to what it views as the perversely obstinate and irredeemably pernicious exercise of US double standards, to what, in the words of Ahmad could be termed "a new pathology of power". American concepts of justice appear 10 be riven with a perfidiously stage-managed spin. How else can you explain how the US can celebrate democracy within its own borders and lay waste to it outside of them? How can the US justify its economical, logistical, and military support of undemocratic regimes - some of which are involved in acts of genocide? And how can the US government pillory those critics who raise these questions for the public record?"
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McLaren, P. (2006). Global culture of terror: A Marxist riposte. In O. Moisio & J. Suoranta (Eds)., Education and the spirit of time: Historical, global and critical reflections (pp. 109-129). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.