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Then who do we shoot?
—Muley the sharecropper
The Grapes of Wrath
Hybrid warfare is an emerging, but ill-defined notion in conflict studies. It refers to the use of unconventional methods as part of a multi-domain warfighting approach. These methods aim to disrupt and disable an opponent’s actions without engaging in open hostilities.
The old America is gone and cannot be resurrected.
That unhappy fact is why so many Americans these days, like Muley Graves the sharecropper, are bewildered by a tidal wave of forces that seem beyond our control.
Recall what happened to John Steinbeck’s evocative Okie everyman.
Facing eviction from his dust-bowl farm, Muley confronts a man on a bulldozer who has come to demolish the shack Muley and his family live in. The sharecropper is determined not to give in and threatens the bulldozer operator with a shotgun, only to discover he is a…
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