Though often confused with the renowned British statesman of the same name, the Winston Churchill who penned this volume of essays was an American author who was one of the most popular writers of his era. Based on his travels in Europe during World War I, Churchill reflects on America's role in the conflict in a series of insightful long-form pieces.We regarded the Monroe Doctrine as altruistic, while others smiled. But it suited England, and her sea power gave it force. Our war with Spain in 1898, however, was fought for an idea, and, despite the imperialistic impulse that followed it, anbsp;...
|Title||:||An Essay on the American Contribution and the Democratic Idea|
|Publisher||:||The Floating Press - 2015-05-01|