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Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Spanish Civil War


John Simkin
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The US and its pre pearlharbour time was a difficult one in many ways. There were significant forces at play that would determine the future. US interests as expressed by big player observers tended to move in certain circles and I think arguably as a contributor to the defeat of such a noble cause. Rosevelt had faced much, and his wife was to go on to face more. He referred to this position as neutral,(and neighbour Portugal remained neutral and therefore a focus of intrigue ), and he probably saw it as such, but it wasn't. So what mistake is he referring to?

By 1953 the Military Industrial Complex was established. Is this a mistake?

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