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Decentralization and SecessionThe Police StateU.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyInterventionism
A "well-regulated militia," controlled by the states, was once considered essential to providing a counterweight against federal power.
Decentralization and SecessionTaxes and SpendingWar and Foreign PolicyPolitical Theory
With the American state broke and deeply in debt, it is just a matter of time until nuclear proliferation spreads to Japan, Germany, and South Korea.
U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy
Murray Rothbard suggested that non-state insurgents were preferable to state-operated militaries. But can non-state armies ever succeed?
The Police StateWar and Foreign Policy
The greatest threat to American safety is the actions of its own government.
War and Foreign PolicyWorld History
The Sacrifice of July 1, 1916. The first day of the Battle of the Somme was a human disaster.
June 22, 1941 marks the day that friends of Stalin in the West were finally able to portray their hero as an anti-Nazi hero for the world.
War and Foreign PolicyPolitical Theory
The whole point of national self-determination is to get top-down coercive power out of the picture.
U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History
A hundred years ago, the crisis of the war was forging a new world organized around war itself.
Pat Buchanan's "America First" economic writings in defense of protectionism are wrongheaded, and often historically inaccurate.
U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyPhilosophy and Methodology
In this survey of anti-war movements, David Lorenzo examines the political challenges they repeatedly encounter.