Ow anomalous was the a?War on Terrora in the context of US foreign policy since 1900?

First of all I do not want the previous writer of my last order. I need the writer to answer the question and please pay full to your writing style, arguments, counter-argument and also more importantly your academic references. here are some of the texts I want you to refer.
Those first text are essential and then use some from the supplementary
the question is
How anomalous was the a?War on Terrora in the context of US foreign policy since 1900?
and here are the references that should b used.

Core reading

Crockatt R.(2003), a?The Roots of Terror: Islam, the Middle East, and the United Statesa, Ch. 3 of America Embattled. 9/11, Anti-Americanism and the Global Order, London: Routledge
Bush, G.W. (2002), a?Toward a New Foreign Policy: The National Security Strategy of the United States 2002a
11 and American Foreign Policya, Diplomatic History, 29:3, June 2005 (and the riposte by R. Kagan, a?Between Wisdom and Foolishnessa)
LaFeber, Walter, a?The Bush Doctrinea, Diplomatic History, 26:4, 2002.

Supplementary Reading

Ambrosius, Lloyd E. (2006), a?Woodrow Wilson and George W.Bush: Historical Comparisons of Ends and means in their Foreign Policiesa, Diplomatic History, 30:3
Crockatt R (2007), Nationalism Unbecoming: George W. Bush, War and the American Democratic
Tradition, London: Institute for the Study of the Americas
Halliday F. (2002), Two Hours that Shook the World. September 2001: Causes and Consequences, London: Saqi
Halliday F (2004/2011), a?The crisis of universalism: America and radical Islam after 9/11a,
Political Journeys. The openDemocracy Essays, London: Saqi, 227-231
Halper S. and Clarke J. (2004), America Alone. The Neo-Conservatives and the Global Order,
Cambridge: CUP
Held D. and Koenig-Archibugi M. (eds.) (2004), American Power in the Twenty-First Century,
Cambridge: Polity
Ignatieff M. ((2003), Empire Lite, London: Vintage
Jentleson B. (2007), a?9/11, Iraq and the Middle Easta, Ch.8 of American Foreign Policy
Kennedy-Pipe C. (2011), a?American Foreign Policy after 9/11a, in Cox and Stokes, US Foreign
Policy
Ikenberry, G.John, Knock, Thomas, Smith, Tony and Slaughter, Anne Marie, The Crisis of American Foreign Policy: Wilsonianism in the 21st Century, Princeton 2008
Jervis R. (2005), a?Why the Bush Doctrine Cannot be Sustaineda, Political Science Quarterly, Fall
2005.

Referencing Requirements:
Please use these references properly

Crockatt R.(2003), a?The Roots of Terror: Islam, the Middle East, and the United Statesa, Ch. 3 of America Embattled. 9/11, Anti-Americanism and the Global Order, London: Routledge
Bush, G.W. (2002), a?Toward a New Foreign Policy: The National Security Strategy of the United States 2002a
11 and American Foreign Policya, Diplomatic History, 29:3, June 2005 (and the riposte by R. Kagan, a?Between Wisdom and Foolishnessa)
LaFeber, Walter, a?The Bush Doctrinea, Diplomatic History, 26:4, 2002.

Supplementary Reading
Ambrosius, Lloyd E. (2006), a?Woodrow Wilson and George W.Bush: Historical Comparisons of Ends and means in their Foreign Policiesa, Diplomatic History, 30:3
Crockatt R (2007), Nationalism Unbecoming: George W. Bush, War and the American Democratic
Tradition, London: Institute for the Study of the Americas
Halliday F. (2002), Two Hours that Shook the World. September 2001: Causes and Consequences, London: Saqi
Halliday F (2004/2011), a?The crisis of universalism: America and radical Islam after 9/11a,
Political Journeys. The openDemocracy Essays, London: Saqi, 227-231
Halper S. and Clarke J. (2004), America Alone. The Neo-Conservatives and the Global Order,
Cambridge: CUP
Held D. and Koenig-Archibugi M. (eds.) (2004), American Power in the Twenty-First Century,
Cambridge: Polity
Ignatieff M. ((2003), Empire Lite, London: Vintage
Jentleson B. (2007), a?9/11, Iraq and the Middle Easta, Ch.8 of American Foreign Policy
Kennedy-Pipe C. (2011), a?American Foreign Policy after 9/11a, in Cox and Stokes, US Foreign
Policy
Ikenberry, G.John, Knock, Thomas, Smith, Tony and Slaughter, Anne Marie, The Crisis of American Foreign Policy: Wilsonianism in the 21st Century, Princeton 2008
Jervis R. (2005), a?Why the Bush Doctrine Cannot be Sustaineda, Political Science Quarterly, Fall
2005.
Layne C. (2006), The Peace of Illusions, Ithaca: Cornell University Press
Leffler M. (2004), a?Bushas Foreign Policya, Foreign Policy, Sept.-Oct. 2004
Lindsay J. and Daalder I. (2005, 3rd ed.), America Unbound: The Bush Revolution in Foreign Policy,
Washington: Brookings
Loveman, B. (2004), Strategy for Empire. U.S. Regional Security Policy in the Post-Cold War Era,
Lanham: SR Books
Lynch T. and Singh R. (2008), After Bush. The case for Continuity in US Foreign Policy, Cambridge:
CUP
Mann M. (2003), Incoherent Empire, New York: Verso
Neufeld M (2004), a?Pitfalls of Emancipation and Discourses on Security: Reflections on Canadaas
a?Security with a Human Facea?a, International Relations, 18:1
Nye J. (2002), The Paradox of American Power, New York: Oxford University Press 27