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Labor Day weekend passed with soggy weather in Washington. It was not as soggy as in other parts of the United States, but it kept me indoors most of the time and so I decided to give some thought to the one American president whom I associate with Labor Day, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Actually to be ...
Some progressive intellectuals, such as the historian Charles Beard and the sociologist Harry Elmer Barnes, promoted conspiracy theories blaming America's involvement in the war on bankers or the arms industry. (Barnes eventually became one of the earliest and most influential Holocaust deniers.) ...

... isolationists (such as Robert Taft), libertarian and individualist iconoclasts regarded as leftist radicals in the 1920s (Mencken and Albert Jay Nock), conservative Democrats (such as Senator Bennett Champ Clark), World War I revisionists with a social democratic background (such as Harry Elmer Barnes), ...
Leading liberal historians like Harry Elmer Barnes and Charles Beard, both of whom had noisily championed Wilson's decision to intervene, now denounced it. The Harvard Crimson declared in an editorial, “We refuse to fight another balance-of-power war.” And after Joseph Stalin signed a nonaggression ...
Labor Day weekend passed with soggy weather in Washington. It was not as soggy as in other parts of the United States, but it kept me indoors ...
Donald Trump's victory has spurred commentary about the “death of liberal democracy,” but the seeds of that demise were planted in the 1980s ...

Some progressive intellectuals, such as the historian Charles Beard and the sociologist Harry Elmer Barnes, promoted conspiracy theories ...
... isolationists (such as Robert Taft), libertarian and individualist iconoclasts regarded as leftist radicals in the 1920s (Mencken and Albert Jay Nock), conservative Democrats (such as Senator Bennett Champ Clark), World War I revisionists with a social democratic background (such as Harry Elmer Barnes), ...
Leading liberal historians like Harry Elmer Barnes and Charles Beard, both of whom had noisily championed Wilson's decision to intervene, ...
After the Allies defeated Germany and Austria-Hungary, revisionist historians like Sidney Fay, Harry Elmer Barnes, and Charles Tansill began ...
Podobnie uważał historyk i socjolog Harry Elmer Barnes. William H. Chamberlin w książce "In America's Second Crusade", pisze: "Jerzy ...
Mas os livros delirantes de Rassinier conquistaram leitores na Europa e foram traduzidos nos EUA pelo historiador Harry Elmer Barnes ...
Lo storico Harry Elmer Barnes ha detto in proposito (in Hiroshima: Assault on a Beaten Foe [Hiroshima: assalto contro un nemico battuto], ...
Donald Trump's victory has spurred commentary about the “death of liberal democracy,” but the seeds of that demise were planted in the 1980s ...
Some progressive intellectuals, such as the historian Charles Beard and the sociologist Harry Elmer Barnes, promoted conspiracy theories ...
... World War I revisionists with a social democratic background (such as Harry Elmer Barnes), social democratic opponents of Roosevelt's ...
The late historian William L. Neumann wrote an essay in the book Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace, edited by Harry Elmer Barnes, entitled ...

Leading liberal historians like Harry Elmer Barnes and Charles Beard, both of whom had noisily championed Wilson's decision to intervene, ...
After the Allies defeated Germany and Austria-Hungary, revisionist historians like Sidney Fay, Harry Elmer Barnes, and Charles Tansill began ...
Harry Elmer Barnes, a history professor at Columbia University, received financial aid from the Third Reich while "he created around himself a circle of like-minded intellectuals" who denied the Nazi genocide, according to Weitzman.
Some progressive intellectuals, such as the historian Charles Beard and the sociologist Harry Elmer Barnes, promoted conspiracy theories blaming America's involvement in the war on bankers or the arms industry.
Some progressive intellectuals, such as the historian Charles Beard and the sociologist Harry Elmer Barnes, promoted conspiracy theories blaming America's involvement in the war on bankers or the arms industry.
"They hit us harder than we expected" (Eleanor Roosevelt, as quoted in Harry Elmer Barnes (editor), Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace: A Critical Examination of the Foreign Policy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Its Aftermath, 1953).
... individualist iconoclasts regarded as leftist radicals in the 1920s (Mencken and Albert Jay Nock), conservative Democrats (such as Senator Bennett Champ Clark), World War I revisionists with a social democratic background (such as Harry Elmer ...
The late historian William L. Neumann wrote an essay in the book Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace, edited by Harry Elmer Barnes, entitled "How American Policy Towards Japan Contributed to War in the Pacific." It discusses the U.S. Open Door policy, ...
... as a major donor. Through the Freedom School and Rampart, Charles Koch encountered two bloviating pseudo-historians with Nazi sympathies - Harry Elmer Barnes and James J. Martin - whose work he financially supported over the next two decades.
This was true of Charles Beard as well as his fellow historian and Isolationist Harry Elmer Barnes, now largely forgotten but then influential, as well as"radio priest" Father Charles Coughlin.


 

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