America Should Have Skipped The War, Not Just The Ceremony, Part 3

The Great European War posed no national security threat whatsoever to the US. And that presumes, of course, the danger was not the Entente powers—but Germany and its allies. From the very beginning, however, there was no chance at all that Germany and its bedraggled allies could threaten America—-and that had become overwhelmingly true by April 1917 when Wilson […]
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