- Tapa dura: 52 páginas
- Editor: Kessinger Publishing (10 de septiembre de 2010)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1168694078
- ISBN-13: 978-1168694072
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Rogers Isms the Cowboy Philosopher on the Peace Conference (Inglés) Tapa dura – 10 sep 2010
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But Rogers being Rogers, this is still worth a read. He notes, for instance, that you can tell Woodrow Wilson wrote the peace treaty because there are a lot of words. There is not enough paper in the world, he says, for a treaty to hold 80,000 Russian words. And he jokes that the US went into the negotiations saying they wanted nothing and the other nations were glad to give it to them.
Rogers comes across more as a populist crank than a thoughtful policymaker. But then again, too many politicians are cranks themselves, as opposed to serious policymakers. So if you're looking to scratch your chin and ponder the competitive advantage of a 2% GDP rise in relation too the 3.9% expected decline in offshore... (snooze), then forget it. "Rogers-ims" is not for you.
If you're looking for a short and free trip down U.S. political memory lane as told through the eyes of a very skeptical observer, then "Rogers-isms" is well worth the time.