Perpetual War For Perpetual Peace By Harry Elmer Barnes


In 1947, historian Charles Beard told Harry Elmer Barnes that the foreign policy of Presidents Roosevelt and Truman could best be described by the phrase “perpetual war for perpetual peace.” Barnes used the phrase as the title of his 1953 collection of essays by the leading revisionist historians of the era.

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  • Jeffrey Tucker

    Perpetual War For Perpetual Peace

    Perpetual War For Perpetual Peace Harry Barnes really did it with this volume. He carved out a special niche for rethinking the war history of the state, which he says is always and everything skewed by crazy bias due to state power. This book has never before appeared in digital form and it is extremely important for understanding the entry into wars. Kick off the discussion! Questions, comments, observations or elaborations? Either reply here or create a new discussion using the tag Library_Perpetual War For Perpetual Peace

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