December 2002

The Lessons of Wellington

by Victor Davis Hanson New Criterion Perhaps with the exception of Churchill, England has produced no more a remarkable man of action than the Duke of Wellington, who put an end to the Napoleonic Wars at Waterloo–nearly six million dead and twenty-three years after France’s mad genius first declared war against Austria in 1792. Share …

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“I Love Iraq, Bomb Texas”.

by Victor Davis Hanson American Jewish Committee With this autumn’s discussion in Washington over what to do about Iraq there arrived also the season of protests. Share This

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