The Uncivil War: The Rise of Hate, Violence, and Terrorism in America

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On April 20, Adolf Hitler's birthday, two students opened fire at Denver's Columbine High School, wounding 20 students and killing 12 kids, 1 teacher, and themselves. It was the largest school shooting in American history and it shocked the nation. In its aftermath, author Stephen Singular (Presumed Guilty) began writing about the insidious infiltration of bloodshed in our society. The Uncivil War: The Rise Of Hate Violence, And Terrorism In America is the result of his frightening and disturbing investigation. ...
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On April 20, Adolf Hitler's birthday, two students opened fire at Denver's Columbine High School, wounding 20 students and killing 12 kids, 1 teacher, and themselves. It was the largest school shooting in American history and it shocked the nation. In its aftermath, author Stephen Singular (Presumed Guilty) began writing about the insidious infiltration of bloodshed in our society. The Uncivil War: The Rise Of Hate Violence, And Terrorism In America is the result of his frightening and disturbing investigation. Since the 1984 murder of Denver talk show host Alan Berg by neo-Nazis, Singular has charted the growth of terrorism, hate, and violence as they have moved from the fringes into the mainstream of American society-invading the media, schools, workplaces, even houses of worship. Now, in The Uncivil War he examines the political landscape, religious organizations, legal systems, journalistic principles, and social structures that have encouraged Americans to commmit these crimes. Today's civil war is being fought from inside the hearts of individuals. Like a cancer, it is invading our institutions and undermining them from within.The answer to Singular's probing question-How did hatred and violence become the order of the day?-may lie in one of humanity's oldest and saddest historical lessons: a society that violates or destroys its ideals and underlying principles will eventually descend into violence. As the new millennium begins, Singular asks us to relearn this critical lesson.
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Singular, a journalist, traces how violent rage<-->from the murder of talk-show host Alan Berg to shootings at Columbine and other schools<- ->has moved from society's edges and into the mainstream. While such incidents of violence may appear unconnected, beneath the surface a collective social process links them, he argues<-->they are extreme symptoms of a pervasive problem. Singular has a good point about a dangerous dynamic of anger now shaping attitudes in the US, but his text is occasionally overwrought; and it is not well served by the book's difficult typeface and aggressive design elements. There is no index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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  • ISBN-13: 9781893224193
  • Publisher: New Millennium Entertainment
  • Publication date: 6/1/2001
  • Pages: 172
  • Product dimensions: 6.24 (w) x 9.28 (h) x 1.14 (d)

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