Gangsters of Capitalism
Author Jonathan Katz provided a history of American expansionism through the military career of Smedley Butler, “the Fighting Quaker,” who served in all major U.S.-involved battles from the Spanish War of 1898 to just prior to World War II. This was a virtual program hosted by New America in Washington, DC. close
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