Mapping the Nation: John Walker as Pedagogical Text
by Kerry Burch — August 12, 2002
This article treats the Walker Lindh case as a pedagogically-ripe site of civic conflict, a site in which radically opposed ideological frameworks and models of citizenship can be seen to vie for primacy in the ongoing struggle to shape the meaning of American identity.
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