Defining Documents in American History: Domestic Terrorism & Extremism
Defining Documents in American History: Domestic Terrorism & Extremism, offers in-depth analysis of eighty-seven documents, including diary excerpts, speeches, court rulings, legal texts, legislative acts, essays, newspaper and magazine articles, and interviews. These selections help define events concerning acts of domestic terrorism and extremism, and how those events have helped shape history. The first volume of this set focuses on the early ruptures in the body politic, the history of anti-black violence and reactions, and the trials and tribulations of Native Americans. The second volume is dedicated to the topics of religious, ethnic, and other forms of hatred, anarchy, war, and leftist radicalism, 9/11 and domestic terrorism, and recent far-right terrorism and extremism.