What verdict do veterans render to our three questions about U.S. wars? Retweet
By Jim Babka & Perry Willis
We’ve spent the last several days reviewing the history of U.S. wars and interventions. You can find those articles on our homepage. We also provide a list of them below our signature. Those articles ask three questions about each U.S. war or intervention...
- Did it defend freedom?
- Did it make the U.S. more secure?
- Did it make the world better or worse?
- How do you feel about how the politicians have used those who've served in the military?
- How do you answer the three questions above?
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Here, for your convenience, are the links to all our articles reviewing U.S. military history...
- Were early U.S. wars good or bad?
- Did Teddy Roosevelt co-found the Japanese empire?
- Did U.S. politicians choose the more evil side in World War 1?
- How U.S. politicians helped create the Soviet Union
- How blundering U.S. politicians enabled the rise of Nazi Germany
- How U.S. intervention in WW1 fostered the rise of radical Islam
- Was World War 2 a “good war?”