Policing America's Empire: The United States, The Philippines And The Rise Of Surveillance State
|Author||Alfred W. McCoy|
|Dimension||5 x 7 inches|
Armed by its first information revolution, Washington pacified the Philippines after 1898 with pervasive policing. In the sixty years since its independence, the U.S. continued to use the country as a key laboratory for counterinsurgency. But techniques bred overseas could not be contained at this remote periphery of American power. From World War I to the War on Terror, new security methods have migrated homeward to honeycomb American society with spies and surveillance.
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