History and Historiography

Lyceum Round-Table #38: Why the US loses Wars

Since the end of WW2, the United States has struggled to gain decisive victory in the conflicts in which it has engaged. As MacArthur said: “there is no substitute for victory,” since the end of WW2 the United States has been trying and failing, to find that substitute. Todd Lewis is joined by Keith Preston, Swithun Dobson, and Terminal Philosophy to discuss why.

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