SOURCE: American Conservative
by Daniel Larison
A conservative historian reviews a new book on the history of American interventionism and advocates for reorganizing foreign policy without the imperative to dominate the world.
SOURCE: Boston Review
by Sam Lebovic
A review of Stephen Wertheim's "Tomorrow, The World" concludes the new book shows how American military supremacy moved in a generation from a novel idea to embedded common sense, and demands rethinking the resources spent to maintain it.
SOURCE: New York Times
by Stephen Wertheim
"There was a time when Americans believed that armed dominance obstructed and corrupted genuine engagement in the world, far from being its foundation."
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