What verdict do veterans render to our three questions about U.S. wars? Retweet
We’ve spent the last several days reviewing the history of U.S. wars and interventions. You can find those articles on our homepage. We also provide a list of them below our signature. Those articles ask three questions about each U.S. war or intervention...
- Did it defend freedom?
- Did it make the U.S. more secure?
- Did it make the world better or worse?
Now we want to hear from our veterans on Veterans Day...
- How do you feel about how the politicians have used those who've served in the military?
- How do you answer the three questions above?
If you’re a veteran please share your thoughts in the comments for the Facebook post of this message, located here.
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- Were early U.S. wars good or bad? (covering the War of 1812, the Mexican War, the Spanish-American War, and the conquest of the Philippines)
- Did Teddy Roosevelt co-found the Japanese empire? (Covering TR’s betrayal of Korea)
- Did U.S. politicians choose the more evil side in World War 1?
- How U.S. politicians helped create the Soviet Union
- Did blundering U.S. politicians spark the rise of Nazi Germany
- How U.S. intervention in WW1 led to the rise of radical Islam
- Was World War 2 a “good war?”