American foreign policy will attempt to justify huge military budgets and draconian infringements of Liberty.
Chapter one serves as the introduction to John Denson’s book and was originally given as a lecture at the Mises Institute.
It is written to wake people up to the fact that your leaders will do whatever they need to do to have their way.
This is a very informative, well put together, and easily read book that documents the wicked actions of American and British leaders during the time period of 1860-1945, with the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by the1911patriot
A great book for those that are thoroughly unfamiliar with the deception that our government has used to get us involved in wars from Abe Lincoln all the way up to George W. Bush. Read morePublished 8 months ago by F. Allbee
Having lived through most of these wars, I am at a loss to accept much of what is said. On the other hand, what a devastating squandering of life and treasure has occurred if this... Read morePublished 11 months ago by SideHillWampusCat
The lesson to take away from this book is that war is the dirtiest of businesses, and it is state actors that are behind just about anything bigger than a bar room brawl. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Emmanuel Austein
The typical history book lauds certain Presidents as "Great Men", foremost among them George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Read morePublished 11 months ago by David C. Robine
Although originally published in 2006, with the last few years’ agitation for war in Libya, Egypt, Syria, Iran, and now Ukraine, John Denson’s book, A Century of War: Lincoln,... Read morePublished 13 months ago by A. Clark
Revisionist history, but a quite good attempt at revisionist history. Interesting. Intriguing. Convincing? Perhaps. That will be for the reader to decide..
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