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World War I: The Great War Was also the Great Enabler of Progressive Governance

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Tags The FedU.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

11/23/2022George Ford Smith
Narrator: 
Michael Stack

Historians praise the US entry into World War I because it enabled an Allied victory. But it also led to the economic disasters of the 1920s and ’30s.

Original Article: "World War I: The Great War Was also the Great Enabler of Progressive Governance"

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Author:

George Ford Smith

George Ford Smith is a former mainframe and PC programmer and technology instructor, the author of eight books including a novel about a renegade Fed chairman (Flight of the Barbarous Relic), a filmmaker (Do Not Consent), and an advocate of stateless market government.  He welcomes speaking engagements and can be reached at gfs543@icloud.com

Original Article: 
World War I: The Great War Was also the Great Enabler of Progressive Governance