Sunday, August 7, 2011

American "Wars"

All [of the American's] foreign wars have been fought with foes either too weak to resist them or too heavily engaged elsewhere to make more than a half-hearted attempt. The combats with Mexico and Spain were not wars; they were simply lynchings.
Source: Prejudices: Third Series: "On Being an American", p. 43 HL Mencken (1922)
Taken From: Doug Casey, My Favorite Quotes

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