Winning the Second Civil War: Without Firing a Shot

Winning the Second Civil War: Without Firing a Shot

by Jim Hanson

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Overview

Winning the Second Civil War is based on the current threat demonstrated in the 2020 Antifa/BLM Riots and current unrest including the storming of the US Capitol, exacerbated by the deep problems with the 2020 election. The book includes analysis of the history, legality, and consequences of violent protest. It explores what the founders contemplated, what has been attempted before, and how those things influence what is playing out now. Both the Left and Right have some level of insurgency underway and it will be helpful to examine them in that light. It also requires looking at them as unique creations of our current political and cultural climates as well. Even in their extreme positions both still have considerable influence on and acceptance in their larger political movements.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781645720423
Publisher: Republic Book Publishers
Publication date: 05/16/2021
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 71,870
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Jim Hanson served in the US Army Special Forces followed by a successful career in executive search running a multi-million dollar practice in the technology sector. He returned to national security and foreign policy and is the founder and president of Security Studies Group (SSG), which specializes in information operations.

Table of Contents

Introduction vii

Prologue xi

Part I The American Cold War Develops (1950-2008)

1 The Sides We Chose 3

Part II The American Cold War Heats Up (2009-2020)

2 The Warfare of Politics 19

3 The Election Insurrection 35

4 The Combatants 47

5 The Armed and Well Regulated Militia 56

6 The Current Insurrections 72

7 The Price of Revolution and The Path to Redemption 88

8 The War of Ideas 110

Part III The Path to Victory (2021 & Onward)

9 The Resurgent Right 131

10 The Counterattack 141

Conclusion 164

Endnotes 167

Acknowledgments 172

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