Andrew Gavin Marshall: Is America Addicted to War?

by Andrew Gavin Marshall
Featured Writer
Dandelion Salad
March 8, 2012

End the Endless Wars!

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on Mar 8, 2012

For centuries the US has been a part of wars foreign and domestic. According to some numbers, the US Army flag has 183 campaign ribbons hanging by it and in the 236 years of America’s existence the country participates in an average of roughly 1.3 wars per year. Many feel that the US’ major export is war and many wonder why America so gun-ho about going to war? Andrew Gavin Marshall, project manager for, joins us helps us answer that question.

Andrew Gavin Marshall: Is America Addicted to War?

Andrew Gavin Marshall is an independent researcher and writer based in Montreal, Canada, writing on a number of social, political, economic, and historical issues. He is also Project Manager of The People’s Book Project. He is also the host of a podcast show, “Empire, Power, and People” in cooperation with Boiling Frogs Post.


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