Walter Moss: By the early twentieth century, nine western European countries controlled over four-fifths of the earth’s lands. Besides Belgian policies in the Congo, other European actions like those of the French in Indochina caused great suffering.
Joseph Palermo: Whether looking at how other nations treat their workers, expectant mothers, schoolchildren, or prisoners, Moore’s “Where To Invade Next” lays bare the heartless deficiencies in the American way of life.
John Peeler: The West has been having a hard time controlling the Middle East for a long time. We have been like a viceroy suddenly called upon to ride an unruly camel. It is time to find a way to climb down.
Peter Laarman: High school history teachers who prep America’s best and brightest in their AP classes had better go easy on any tarnishing aspects of this country’s sacred story.