World War I, Mass Death, And The Birth Of The Modern Us Soldier
A Rhetorical History
de David W. Seitz
Sobre o livro
A study in war rhetoric, material rhetoric, and public memory, this book explains how the aftermath of the American World War I experience led to the rhetorical production of the long-lasting and familiar icon of the modern US soldier as a virtuous, self-sacrificial, "global force for good."