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By Josh Miller

Americans were taught that their state is civilized and humane. yet, too usually, U.S. activities were uncivilized and inhumane.
—Howard Zinn

Shedding gentle on 500 years of suppression, this stunning exposé unearths the pivotal position in American historical past performed via its so much invisible minority—zombies.

From colonization and revolution to international Wars and international hegemony, A Zombie’s background of the United States tells the strong and relocating tales of this country’s living-dead underclass, including:

•The zombie bloodbath of eu colonists at Plymouth Rock

•The grotesque killing of a zombinated Meriwether Lewis through his fellow explorer William Clark

•The doomed protection of the Alamo opposed to hordes of the attacking undead

•The heroic, platoon-saving cost right into a hail of German fireplace via an undead Lt. Audie Murphy

•The top-secret NASA missions that launched(and usually misplaced) zombies into space

•The anti-terrorist application to forestall the weaponization of the zombie virus

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The best-known collection of these journals, The Journals of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, compiled by Gary Moulton, fills a whopping eight volumes. Yet there are sections—weeks, months, an entire year toward the end—for which there are few or no entries. Curiously there is no explanation for these gaps. Writer’s block? Unlikely, considering Lewis knew the importance of his journal. Were the entries simply lost along the journey? Also unlikely, given that there exists no documentation from Lewis lamenting their loss.

He commanded no gunfire, lest the entire mission be givenway. Unable to properly defend themselves, nor even see who was friend or foe, Cadwalader and his men were forced to retreat from their position. Things were not going well for Gen. Ewing either. Foul weather and ice jams on the river prevented him from even attempting a crossing below Trenton, but at least there were no zombies. Zombies soon found their way to Knox and his men. The huge chunks of ice floating in the river made it all the easier for the zombies to reach the men in the boats.

Now the British would take their turn dealing with the Holy Ground, and they too would not have to wait long for trouble. Shortly after midnight on September 21, a fire started in the Fighting Cocks, a tavern in the Holy Ground. In the dry, hot fall air, the fire spread quickly. Washington had ordered every bell in the city carried away to be recast for cannon, so no warning bells were sounded to spread alarm. When the fire finally blew itself out, one quarter of the entire city had been destroyed.

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