November 9, 2017

Did U.S. involvement in WW2 make the world better?

November 9ths…

Plus, we ask our veterans to speak

Should the U.S. intervene in the world militarily? World War Two is usually offered as conclusive evidence that the answer is a resounding yes. But could it be possible that U.S. involvement in WW2 didn’t really achieve what most people think it did? I make exactly that argument in the conclusion to my series of articles reviewing past U.S. wars…

Was WW2 a “good war?”

You can find links to the other articles in the series beneath my signature.

We also want to hear from our veterans! 

How do veterans answer the following three questions posed in this series of articles…

  1. Did U.S. wars defend freedom?
  2. Did they make the U.S. more secure?
  3. Did they make the world better or worse?

If you’re a veteran please share your thoughts in the comments section at the bottom of this message, here on our blog. Let others see what you have to say on Veterans Day!

Thanks for being an ACTIVE DC Downsizer,

Perry Willis
Downsize DC

Here are the other articles in the series…

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