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Author » Ralph Raico

Ralph Raico is originally from New York City. He received his B.A. from the City College of New York and his Ph. D. from the University of Chicago. He attended the Ludwig von Mises's Seminar at NYU and translated Mises's Liberalism. He is the Editor of the New Individualist Review and a Senior Editor of Inquiry Magazine. Among Ralph Raico’s recent publications are the introduction to the 50th-anniversary edition of John T. Flynn’s "The Roosevelt Myth" and the essay on World War I in the second, paperback edition of "The Costs of War", edited by John V. Denson, both available from Laissez Faire Books. He is also a contributor to "The Failure of America’s Foreign Wars", published by The Future of Freedom Foundation. Professor Raico is professor of history at the State University of New York College at Buffalo.

Latest from Ralph Raico

The Case for an America First Foreign Policy

(Excerpted from The Failure of America’s Foreign Wars, published by The Future of Freedom Foundation in 1996) For most of our history, America First was the foreign policy of the United States. The record is laid out by the great ...

FDR — The Man, the Leader, the Legacy Table of Contents

  Part 1 (April 1998) Early years Part 2 (May 1998) 1905 – 1914 Part 3 (July 1998) 1914 – 1916 Part 4 (August 1998) 1916 – 1918 Part 5 (November 1998) End of the war; 1920 campaign Part 6 (April 1999) 1924 campaign; 1928 ...