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  • New Op-ed: “Why Can’t We Be Friends? The History of and Prospects for Left and Right Antiwar Collaboration”

    The folks at freethepeople.org were nice enough to publish my latest op-ed: “Why Can’t We Be Friends? The History of and Prospects for Left and Right Antiwar Collaboration.” It argues that today’s antiwar political environment resembles that of the late Interwar Period. Furthermore, it argues that today’s antiwar movements have a historic opportunity for collaboration …

  • Brown Scares, Red Scares, and Putin Scares

    In today’s climate of war fever and paranoia, Francis MacDonnell’s Insidious Foes: The Axis Fifth Column and the American Home Front ought to be essential reading for any well-meaning person who wants to prevent the errors of the past. For all comparisons between Hitler and Putin, the domestic climate of fear is a closer analog to the late …

  • The Loneliness of Ron Paul: By the Numbers, 1975–1985

    In 2022, the ideological landscape of American foreign policy opposition is the most dynamic and diverse it has been in over eight decades. This is especially true for the right, as a new crop of libertarian-leaning and populist Republicans are challenging key precepts of America’s mission in the world. For those who know their foreign …

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