Although Americans have long celebrated their nation's
they also have consistently harbored suspicions of foreign peoples both at home and abroad In Age Fear also have consistently harbored suspicions of foreign peoples both at home and abroad In Age of Fear Smith argues that as World War I grew menacing and the presumed German threat "Loomed Over The United "over the United many white Anglo Saxon Americans grew increasingly concerned about the vulnerability of their race culture and authority Conseuently they directed their long held apprehensions over ethnic and racial plurali. .
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Other a dangerous volatile and people who posed an existential threat to the nation
"And All That Anglo Saxon "all that Anglo Saxon themselves to beExploring what the Great War meant to a large portion of the white
American population while providing a historic precedent for modern day conceptions of presumably dangerous foreign Others Age of Fear is apopulation while providing a historic precedent for modern day conceptions of presumably dangerous foreign Others Age of Fear is a look at how the source of wartime paranoia can be found in deep seated understandings of racial and millennial progress. Sm onto their German neighbors
And Overseas Enemies Whom Theyoverseas enemies whom they once greatly admiredSmith examines the often racially tinged apocalyptic arguments made during the war by politicians propaganda agencies the press novelists and artists He also assesses citizens' reactions to these messages and explains how the rise of nationalism in the United States And Europe Acted As A Catalyst and Europe acted as a catalyst hierarchical racism Germans in both the United States and Europe eventually took the form of the proverbial.