February 16, 2014

Lord Byron, Neocon

Michael Weiss, The Daily Beast


Poet and rake, Lord Byron was also a global interventionist with brains and savvy. What Lord Byron learned when he waded into the fight for Greece’s independence -- and why it still matters.

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TAGGED: Lord Byron, Greece, Neoconservatism, Non-interventionism


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