Articles by H. Arthur Scott Trask

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A Bad Turn in American History

Scott Trask on junking the Articles of Confederation.

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5/26/2013

Animal Farm in the Heartland: The Cartoon Controversy and Its Meaning

H. Arthur Scott Trask on the cartoons.

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3/8/2006

The Cartoon Controversy: Some Reflections on Its Meaning

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3/7/2006

Fanatics at Home and Abroad

Was born in the states, speaks English, works for the government.

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3/2/2006

Enemies at Home and Abroad: The Cartoon Controversy and Its Meaning; Part I

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2/13/2006

War, What War? On the Fantasy and Usefulness of a Permanent State of Siege

H. Arthur Scott Trask on the fantasy and usefulness of a permanent state of siege.

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2/3/2006

A Kingdom of Reason

H.A. Scott Trask on Ridley Scott's Kingdom of Heaven.

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1/19/2006

Marching on to Virginia and Armageddon: John Brown and His Heirs

H. Arthur Scott Trask on John Brown and his heirs.

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6/10/2005

Oliver Stone and the Romance of War: A Review of Alexander (2004), With Reflections on the Macedonian and American World Empires

H. Arthur Scott Trask on the Macedonian and American world empires.

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12/16/2004

American Outlaws

H. Arthur Scott Trask on the idea of the Western, which is freedom.

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8/6/2004

The Bush Deficits and ‘the Responsibility Society’

H. Arthur Scott Trask on war finance.

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8/3/2004

The History Before the Myth King Arthur: the Movie (2004)

H. Arthur Scott Trask on King Arthur: the Movie.

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7/26/2004

Was Nathaniel Hawthorne a Paleolibertarian?

H.A. Scott Trask on the great writer, Jeffersonian, and opponent of Lincoln's war.

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4/12/2004

The Quiet American: Graham Greene's Brilliant Novel Shines as a New Film

H. Scott Trask on Graham Greene's Quiet American, novel and movie.

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8/30/2003

The Conspiracies of Empire

Scott Trask on why the government always lies about such crimes as Pearl Harbor.

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12/9/2000