A century later, Woodrow Wilson’s international crusading lives on, both in the establishment left and the neoconservative right. Paul Gottfried and I paint a picture of Wilson that’s a bit different from what we all learned in school.
About the Guest
Paul Gottfried is professor emeritus of humanities at Elizabethtown College and a Guggenheim recipient.
“Wilsonianism: The Legacy That Won’t Die,” by Paul Gottfried
“Whose City? Which Hill?” by Tom Woods
“World War I as Fulfillment: Power and the Intellectuals,” by Murray N. Rothbard
The Politics of War: The Story of Two Wars Which Altered Forever the Political Life of the American Republic, by Walter Karp (I recall being much more impressed by his discussion of World War I than by his coverage of the Spanish-American War.)
The Russian Origins of the First World War, by Sean McMeekin
Great Wars and Great Leaders: A Libertarian Rebuttal, by Ralph Raico
Modern Times, by Paul Johnson
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