Ronald Steel is an author, a historian, educator. He is a professor of International Relations at the University of Southern California.
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- We do not consider ourselves threatening. Puzzled when vilified, we assume our accusers must be demented.
- about the United States
- Politics as battle has given way to politics as spectacle.
- Children, for whom suburban life was supposed to make wholesome little Johns and Wendys, became the acid-dropping, classroom-burning hippies of the 1960s.