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CSPAN
Jul 30, 2017 8:30am EDT
. but even at that time he was despised by the intellectual movement. walter whitman, george cannon, john maynard kane, ch car, the list could go on and on. >> he was also dislikes by as time went on, the left in the united states. they saw him as a person who actually was talking about peace and democracy as a front for pressing american economic interests abroad with a strong military. in other words, this was kind of a system approach. it was widespread in american universities in the 1960s particularly in the 1970s. >> but the right didn't like him either. the right didn't like him because he was for strong government and because he, well, if you were a realist, seemed too idealistic and too much of a moralist. >> the bottom line on this was that wilson was simply not appreciated and once most recently has been opposed of course byafrican-americans . those who have followed black lines matter may know that they their occupations of princeton where wilson was a student there and the professor and then president until early in the 20th century. it was in politics, he didn't like t
CSPAN
Jun 18, 2017 3:00pm EDT
intellectual elite. walter litman, hence mortgagen that. george kennan. the list go coo go on and on help was also disliked by, as time win on, the left in the united states. they saw him as a person who actually was talking about peace and democracy as a front for pressing american economic interests abroad with a strong military. in other words, this was kind of a marxist approach that was widespread in american universities in the 1960s, particularly into the 1970s. but the right didn't like him either. the right depend like him because he was for strong government and because he -- well, if were a realist, he seem to idealistic and too much of a moralist. the bottom line on this was that wilson was simply not appreciated and recently has been opposed by african-american froms. those who have followed "black lives matter" may know that there were occupations at princeton where wilson was a student and a professor and then president, until early in the 20th century. he was no politics. he didn't like to call it political science so it was politics. at any rate, "black lives matter" aske
CSPAN
Aug 19, 2017 6:13am EDT
, george canyon, john main understand keynes, the list good coo go on. also disliked by, as time went on, the left, in the united states. they saw him as a person who actually was talking about peace and democracy as a front for economic interests abroad with a strong military. in other words kind of a marxist approach. widespread in american universities in the 1960s, particularly into the 1970s. but the right didn't like him, either. the right didn't like him because he was for strong government and because he -- well, if your a realize, he seemed too idealistic and too much of a moralist. the bottom line on this was that wilson was simply not appreciated and most recently has been opposed by african-americans. those who have followed "black lives matter," they know there were occupations at princeton where wilson was a student, then a professor, and then president, until early in the 20th 20th century. he was in politics. he didn't like to call it political science so it was politics. at any rate, "black lives matter" asks the legitimate question. if willson's most famous statement
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2017 6:30am EDT
perhaps a little bit more persuasive. for example, that george bush wanted to show his father, george h.w. bush, that he really could do something right. or that there was a lot of oil there, and we could beat opec if we got ahold of that oil. or look at the geostrategic position of iraq. it touches our friends, israel and jordan, and -- and saudi arabia, and it also touches our enemies, syria and iran. what a beautiful place to hold with all that oil and to show the world what we can do. so democracy was just sort of an afterthought. it really wasn't an afterthought. it was in the forefront of the global war on terrorism. now, i'm not saying the other factors didn't matter. i think they did. i'm not giving only one cause for the invasion. but there was the belief, extraordinary, totally mistaken, that we could democratize these countries and that in doing so, we would create the same kind of peaceful attitude in the arab middle east that we with had created with the european union. now, you're asking yourself how, how do i know this? well, i think i know it because the ideology is ve
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)