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Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace By Harry Elmer Barnes
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A collection of revisionist essays edited by Harry Elmer Barnes dealing with the duplicity of American foreign policy leading up to the Second World War. Shows how the Roosevelt Administration... More > deliberately manipulated events in Europe and Asia to bring the US into the war; how Roosevelt was aware of the date, time and place of the Pearl Harbor attack before it happened (and deliberately let it go ahead); and much more. The authors show the deception perpetrated against the American people, who were 80 percent opposed to entering the war. 1. Revisionism and the Historical Blackout. 2. The United States and the Road to War in Europe. 3. Roosevelt Is Frustrated in Europe. 4: How American Policy toward Japan Contributed to War in the Pacific. 5: Japanese-American Relations, 1921–1941; The Pacific Back Road to War. 6. The Actual Road to Pearl Harbor. 7: The Pearl Harbor Investigations. 8: The Bankruptcy of a Policy. 9: American Foreign Policy in the Light of National Interest at the Mid-Century.< Less
Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace By Harry Elmer Barnes
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A collection of revisionist essays edited by Harry Elmer Barnes dealing with the duplicity of American foreign policy leading up to the Second World War. Shows how the Roosevelt Administration... More > deliberately manipulated events in Europe and Asia to bring the US into the war; how Roosevelt was aware of the date, time and place of the Pearl Harbor attack before it happened (and deliberately let it go ahead); and much more. The authors show the deception perpetrated against the American people, who were 80 percent opposed to entering the war. 1. Revisionism and the Historical Blackout. 2. The United States and the Road to War in Europe. 3. Roosevelt Is Frustrated in Europe. 4: How American Policy toward Japan Contributed to War in the Pacific. 5: Japanese-American Relations, 1921–1941; The Pacific Back Road to War. 6. The Actual Road to Pearl Harbor. 7: The Pearl Harbor Investigations. 8: The Bankruptcy of a Policy. 9: American Foreign Policy in the Light of National Interest at the Mid-Century.< Less
Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace By Harry Elmer Barnes
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A collection of revisionist essays edited by Harry Elmer Barnes dealing with the duplicity of American foreign policy leading up to the Second World War. Shows how the Roosevelt Administration... More > deliberately manipulated events in Europe and Asia to bring the US into the war; how Roosevelt was aware of the date, time and place of the Pearl Harbor attack before it happened (and deliberately let it go ahead); and much more. The authors show the deception perpetrated against the American people, who were 80 percent opposed to entering the war. 1. Revisionism and the Historical Blackout. 2. The United States and the Road to War in Europe. 3. Roosevelt Is Frustrated in Europe. 4: How American Policy toward Japan Contributed to War in the Pacific. 5: Japanese-American Relations, 1921–1941; The Pacific Back Road to War. 6. The Actual Road to Pearl Harbor. 7: The Pearl Harbor Investigations. 8: The Bankruptcy of a Policy. 9: American Foreign Policy in the Light of National Interest at the Mid-Century.< Less< Less
Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace By Harry Elmer Barnes
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A collection of revisionist essays edited by Harry Elmer Barnes dealing with the duplicity of American foreign policy leading up to the Second World War. Shows how the Roosevelt Administration... More > deliberately manipulated events in Europe and Asia to bring the US into the war; how Roosevelt was aware of the date, time and place of the Pearl Harbor attack before it happened (and deliberately let it go ahead); and much more. The authors show the deception perpetrated against the American people, who were 80 percent opposed to entering the war. 1. Revisionism and the Historical Blackout. 2. The United States and the Road to War in Europe. 3. Roosevelt Is Frustrated in Europe. 4: How American Policy toward Japan Contributed to War in the Pacific. 5: Japanese-American Relations, 1921–1941; The Pacific Back Road to War. 6. The Actual Road to Pearl Harbor. 7: The Pearl Harbor Investigations. 8: The Bankruptcy of a Policy. 9: American Foreign Policy in the Light of National Interest at the Mid-Century.< Less
Perpetual Fantasies By Nick Blaze
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A book of poetry compiled from the works of Nick Blaze, a poet and author in MA, USA. He is well known for his knowledge of ancient lore, legends, and myths, as well as cultures (particularly of... More > Nordic countries, China, Japan, and France). His poetry is generally longer, somewhat epic in scale, with heavy metaphors relating each line to many different philosophical points. While some are purely for fun, he intends his poetry to be something a person can read multiple times in their lives and get a different meaning each time. In this way, he hopes it is a richer, fuller experience that never gets old. His grasp of fantasy sends his readers into entirely different realms, mystical and magical, and also often war-oriented. Together, the book is an amazing achievement of a single man.< Less
Perpetual Fantasies By Nick Blaze
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A book of poetry compiled from the works of Nick Blaze, a poet and author in MA, USA. He is well known for his knowledge of ancient lore, legends, and myths, as well as cultures (particularly of... More > Nordic countries, China, Japan, and France). His poetry is generally longer, somewhat epic in scale, with heavy metaphors relating each line to many different philosophical points. While some are purely for fun, he intends his poetry to be something a person can read multiple times in their lives and get a different meaning each time. In this way, he hopes it is a richer, fuller experience that never gets old. His grasp of fantasy sends his readers into entirely different realms, mystical and magical, and also often war-oriented. Together, the book is an amazing achievement of a single man.< Less
Perpetual Fantasies By Nick Blaze
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A book of poetry compiled from the works of Nick Blaze, a poet and author in MA, USA. He is well known for his knowledge of ancient lore, legends, and myths, as well as cultures (particularly of... More > Nordic countries, China, Japan, and France). His poetry is generally longer, somewhat epic in scale, with heavy metaphors relating each line to many different philosophical points. While some are purely for fun, he intends his poetry to be something a person can read multiple times in their lives and get a different meaning each time. In this way, he hopes it is a richer, fuller experience that never gets old. His grasp of fantasy sends his readers into entirely different realms, mystical and magical, and also often war-oriented. Together, the book is an amazing achievement of a single man.< Less
Perpetual Fantasies By Nick Blaze
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A book of poetry compiled from the works of Nick Blaze, a poet and author in MA, USA. He is well known for his knowledge of ancient lore, legends, and myths, as well as cultures (particularly of... More > Nordic countries, China, Japan, and France). His poetry is generally longer, somewhat epic in scale, with heavy metaphors relating each line to many different philosophical points. While some are purely for fun, he intends his poetry to be something a person can read multiple times in their lives and get a different meaning each time. In this way, he hopes it is a richer, fuller experience that never gets old. His grasp of fantasy sends his readers into entirely different realms, mystical and magical, and also often war-oriented. Together, the book is an amazing achievement of a single man.< Less
The Seventh Day Sabbath, a Perpetual Sign 1847 edition By Joseph Bates
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: DivisionsJoseph Bates (July 8, 1792 – March 19, 1872) was... More > an American seaman and revivalist minister. He was the founder and developer of Sabbatarian Adventism, a strain of religious thinking that evolved into the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Bates is also credited with convincing James White and Ellen G. White of the validity of the seventh-day Sabbath.Joseph Bates (He did not have a middle name) was born in Rochester, Massachusetts on July 8, 1792. His father, also named Joseph, was a volunteer in the Revolutionary War and his mother was the daughter of Barnabas Nye of Sandwich, Massachusetts. In 1793, Bates' family moved to the part of New Bedford, Massachusetts that would become the township of Fairhaven in 1812. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Bates_(Adventist)< Less
The Constitution in Peril: The Perpetual Growth of the Imperial Presidency During Wartime and the Subversion of Constitutional Checks and Balances By Steven Morris
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This thesis examines the exponential increase in the power of the presidency during wartime from the time of the Founding Fathers up until the beginning of the Obama administration. It focuses on the... More > ways in which our Nation's wartime presidents have marginalized the role of Congress and the judiciary during foreign conflicts. The first half of this work analyzes the actions of wartime presidents from a historical context, which is supplemented in the second half by an in-depth comparative discussion of the actions taken by the Bush administration during the War on Terror. This work concludes by recommending detailed courses of action to be pursued by future presidents in order to restore the fundamental maxim of checks and balances.< Less