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"Hands Across the Sea"

Looks like Britain is very thankful for what America is giving them in this World War II cartoon! The artist Charles Kuhn illustrates what the United States gave Britain as a result of FDR’s Lend-Lease act of 1941. Britain, who was struggling in their fight with Germany, appreciated all that the United States had to give them in terms of…

America and It's Aggressors

Are the policies upheld by the Monroe Doctrine buried under Red Cuba? Bruce Russell seems to think so. After the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, many Americans thought that the U.S. did not take as much action as they should to prevent Soviet Communism from taking a hold in Cuba.

As part of the Monroe Doctrine, the U.S. foreign policy concerning…

"As If There Wasn't Enough Already..."

You’ve got issues? Trust me mine are worse! Spain, Palestine, China, and Russia’s all think their issues deserve priority. Prior to World War II, these nations appealed to the League of Nations to solve their problems.Palestine was not happy because its ruling power shifted from the Turks to Britain during World War I, Spain was not…