“Making War at Home in the United States: Militarization and the Current Crisis” By
“War Making and State Making as Organized Crime” By
“Making War at Home in the United States: Militarization and the Current Crisis”, an intellectual article where the very famous author Catherine Lutz, choosing empirical data, wrote up to 19 pages, having the purpose to present information that makes the reader struggle to understand the crisis presented by terrorism in all its forms. This article posed the ideology of the theoretical account of militarization and its role to broader social changes, starting from the emergence of nation-states to the ideology of racialization and other posed inequalities to the convergence of concern in military spending. This article presents a concise historical description of the 20th-century; history of the militarization procedure and the sharp modes of combats that have changed and progressed over that time. To describe the progression of militarization over the last half century, a focal point regarding the growth of U.S. hegemony and the listing of the empire that controlled the global scene while the most recent crisis started on September 11, 2001, is primordial and required. This description emphasize on how we can relate the national and international histories, so cold global histories, with particular situations or scenes (places and people) ethnographically understood, giving some examples from ethnographic and historical research in military city, North Carolina, Fayetteville. At the end, making clearer the main point of interest of this article; the review of militarization points out the attacks on the United States and the war that followed. This article represents in some limited time zone the fluent continuation and acceleration of ongoing progressions, rather than sharp historical openings. These new progressions include reasons for hope and faith in the concept of turning the...