mooreupp wrote: [...] but I could very much see the unification lines not being entirely at the national level this go round.
mooreupp wrote:> I have been a long time reader of the website and first want to
> say the work is very appreciated.
> One thing I wonder is about the possibility of a major civil war
> type of event within the United States during the upcoming
> generational war. Of the three American generational crisis wars
> (the American Revolution, the Civil War, and World War II), two
> were fought on American soil and heavily divided the population. I
> know the most recent example of a generational war largely united
> the whole country, but I could very much see the unification lines
> not being entirely at the national level this go round. In fact,
> given the much larger emphasis on multiculturalism (as opposed to
> Americanization as it was in the early 20th century) and the
> increasingly global nature of the elite in society, I think much
> more internal tension is almost guaranteed. Thoughts?
Marc wrote:Interesting insights, .... I further feel that there would have to be something highly unusual happen in the US to cause the conditions that would make a civil war possible (e.g., a Chinese nuclear/biological attack from North Dakota to Texas, which bifurcates the country, maybe?).
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