August 31, 2017

Perry Willis’s History of U.S. Military Interventions (Index)

Perry Willis’s History of U.S. Military Interventionism is one of the most popular things we’ve ever produced. This post is an INDEX for your convenience. It includes links to all eight of the articles in that series. Entries on this page are by Perry Willis, unless otherwise noted.

Is questioning unpatriotic?

History of U.S. Military Interventionism by Perry Willis

  1. Were early U.S. wars good or bad?
  2. Did Teddy Roosevelt co-found the Empire of Japan?
  3. Did U.S. politicians support the more evil side in World War 1?
  4. How U.S. politicians helped create the Soviet Union
  5. How blundering U.S. politicians enabled the rise of Nazi Germany
  6. Blame Woodrow Wilson for Radical Islam too
  7. Was World War 2 a “good war?”
  8. That time U.S. politicians almost blew up the world for absolutely no reason (re: Cuban Missile Crisis, added 5/23/19)
  9. What if WW2 had been voluntarily funded? (Added November 13, 2019)

See also… – a website Jim and Perry built. That site, with radio ads, was launched previous to the Iraq War. We made (a then) very bold claims such as Iraq has no nuclear weapons of mass destruction.

Lessons learned then lead to policy prescriptions…

A Downsize DC ACTION-ITEM based on the prescriptions…

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