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When America Went Crazy by Eric Peters

    America lost its mind 146 years ago and hasn’t been the same since. Or rather, it’s been a different country ever since.   A psychotic, self-referential, duplicitous country – largely ignorant of its own history and convinced of … Continue reading

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Charleston Voice: Author Karen Stokes Discusses “Civilians in Sherman’s Path”

  Americans need to be reminded of the terror and destruction that can be unleashed on innocent civilians by an invading army with leaders unrestrained by Biblical standards and soldiers desiring revenge with no compassion for the suffering of women, … Continue reading

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The Birth of American Imperialism by Thomas DiLorenzo

In The Costs of War (edited by John Denson), historian Joseph Stromberg referred to the Spanish-American War of 1898 as a “trial run” for the American empire. The war had nothing to do with national defense and was purely an … Continue reading

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