American Militarism on the Small Screen (Routledge Advances by Anna Froula,Stacy Takacs

By Anna Froula,Stacy Takacs

Anna Froula is affiliate Professor of movie reports within the division of English at East Carolina college, USA


Stacy Takacs is affiliate Professor and Director of yank reviews at Oklahoma kingdom collage, USA

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