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H.D.S. Greenway

Delusions of empire in America

By H.D.S. Greenway
October 15, 2004

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MORE THAN 90 years have passed since that August of 1914 when a peaceful and progressive Europe came to an end. Historians can attribute most of the woes of the century -- the rise of Hitler and World War II, the Bolshevik revolution, Stalin, and the Cold War -- to that fatal breakdown of the old order that came with ... (Full Article: 713 Words)

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