6 edition of War in Slow Motion: The Economic and Social Impact of Militarism found in the catalog.
War in Slow Motion: The Economic and Social Impact of Militarism
Zelle W. Andrews
by Pilgrim Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||161|
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The corporatists and the military, which have successfully carried out what John Ralston Saul calls a “coup d’état in slow motion,” have used their political and economic clout to dismantle.
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The ramifications are both environmental and social. 'Slow-motion genocide' The social and economic condition of the indigenous Amungme and Kamoro poses fundamental human rights concerns. Likewise, modern war and militarism have a staggering impact on nature and our lived environment — by the kinds of weapons used (long-lived concealed explosives, toxic chemicals, and radiation); the “shock and awe” intensity of industrial warfare; and the massive exploitation of natural resources and fossil fuels to support militarism.
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