American Thought and Culture in the 21st Century

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Notes on the Contributors ix
  • Introduction: The Next American Century? 1
  • Part 1 - Politics 19
  • 1: American Politics in the 1990s and 2000s 21
  • 2: American Leadership into the New Century 35
  • 3: 9/11 and Us Foreign Policy 49
  • 4: Three Variations on American Liberalism 65
  • 5: The Rise of Postmodern Conservatism 81
  • 6: Us Propaganda 97
  • Part 2 - Society 113
  • 7: Contemporary Social Criticism 115
  • 8: Religion in Post-Secular America 127
  • 9: The Us and Globalisation 145
  • 10: The Future of Medicine 161
  • 11: Technology in the 21 St Century 179
  • 12: America and the Environment 195
  • Part 3 - Culture 209
  • 13: Contemporary American Culture 211
  • 14: Cultural Pluralism and National Identity 227
  • 15: Writing in the Wake of 9/11 245
  • 16: American Ways of Seeing 259
  • 17: Television and Digital Media 275
  • 18: Animation and Digital Culture 291
  • Bibliography 307
  • Index 318
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