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I ran across an interesting quote while reading at lunch today. The following describes a very different reaction by the American public to the Crimean War of the 19th century: As Douglas Kroll noted: with scarcely a dissenting voice, the American press and public appeared to conclude that the world was picking on its overseas […]
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