This interdisciplinary series examine political violence in North America from its earliest forms from the American Revolutionary era through the Civil War and into the post – 9/11 environment. It promotes the analysis, understanding, and explanation of political violence, including how it evolved over time as well as what remains constant. The series explores the diverse history of political violence in North America, including but not limited to insurgencies, civil war, assassination, riots, and terrorism, as well as the social, economic, and psychological consequences of political violence.
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