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The political and social role of war in shaping American history, politics and culture.
Paul Atwood is Interim Director of the William Joiner Center for the Study of War and Social Consequences, and a faculty member in the American Studies Department at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, where he specializes in US Foreign Relations and 20th Century American Political and Social History. He is also member of the Smedley Butler Brigade, the Boston chapter of Veterans for Peace.
Prof. Atwood writes frequently on the role of war in American politics and society. His most recent book is “War and Empire: The American Way of Life.”