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Rabbleis a path-breaking new history of war and war resistance in the tumultuous world of colonial America, focusing on the little-understood military roles and cultures of Native Americans, Africans, and European settlers. An ambitious narrative designed to examine the early centuries of American military history from the "bottom up," it resonates with the voices and actions of the marginalized and rebellious of the colonial times and includes the perspective of common people who worked, fought, bled, and died for and against the creation of the colonial world.
Daniel Garcia has taught at the University of California at Berkeley, the University of San Francisco, Laney College in Oakland, and currently at the College of New Rochelle. Unlike many military historians who have rooted their intellectual experience in military service, Dr. Garcia has spent many years serving in various anti-war campaigns, including the anti-nuclear weapons campaign and the anti-Latin American interventionist campaigns of the 1980s.