Thursday, December 20, 2001

LAST HUNDRED YEARS IN AMERICAN HISTORY EXPLAINED: In this article Ralph Peters tears into the often great distance between American ideals and American foreign policy, and highlights the Spanish-American War as the beginning of a century of decidedly hypocritical actions on the part of the U.S. (propping up thugs, valuing the devil we know way too much, putting business interests that benefit a tiny percentage of the American public first.) From Parameters, the U.S. Army Way College's own magazine. Glenn Reynolds --who has hipped me to so much different stuff in the past three months-- turned me on to this as well.

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