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History News Network review of The Education of an Anti-Imperialist: Robert M. LaFollette and U.S. Expansion

The following review of The Education of an Anti-Imperialist: Robert M. LaFollette and U.S. Expansion first appeared on the History News Network and is republished here with permission. The review was written by Ron Briley of Sandia Preparatory School, Albuquerque, New Mexico. The original is located at: http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/159458 With the imminent formal entrance of Wisconsin Governor Scott […]


The Barton-Howe “Report” and the Middle East, Past and Present

From the beginning of America’s direct strategic involvement in the Middle East, immediately following World War I, cogent advice abounded about how the region should be treated. Col. Edward M. House, the close friend and adviser to President Woodrow Wilson, warned that a peace based on the old game of Western imperialism, however artfully disguised […]


The Hope and Ultimate Tragedy of the 1919 King-Crane Report

Below is the full text of the article that appeared in the June/July 2014 issue of The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs. http://www.wrmea.org/wrmea-archives/557-washington-report-archives-2011-2015/june-july-2014/12542-the-hope-and-ultimate-tragedy-of-the-1919-king-crane-report.html The King-Crane Report, a little-known and even less understood historical document, prophetically warned of the conflicts raging in the Middle East today. Created during the post-World War I Paris Peace Conference […]