Why the Empire Never Sleeps: The Indispensable Nation Folly, Part 2 – Antiwar.com Original

The rise of the murderous Nazi and Stalinist totalitarian regimes during the 1930s and the resulting conflagration of World War II is held to be, correctly, the defining event of the 20th century. But that truism only begs the real question.

To wit, were these nightmarish scourges always latent just below the surface of global civilization – waiting to erupt whenever good people and nations fell asleep at the switch, as per the standard critique of the British pacifism and US isolationism that flourished during the late 1930s?

Source: Why the Empire Never Sleeps: The Indispensable Nation Folly, Part 2 – Antiwar.com Original

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