How U.S. Economic Warfare Provoked Japan’s Attack on Pearl Harbor by Robert Higgs

The following is a video of a lecture given by Higgs at a Mises Institute function in 2012.

Additional information in line with this lecture can be found in Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace edited by Harry Elmer Barnes. Below is the table of contents.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER Page
1. REVISIONISM AND THE HISTORICAL BLACKOUT I
By Harry Elmer Barnes
2. THE UNITED STATES AND THE ROAD TO WAR IN EUROPE 79
By Charles CaJJan TansiJI
3. ROOSEVELT IS FRUSTRATED IN EUROPE 187
By Frederic R. Sanborn
4. How AMERICAN POLICY TOWARD JAPAN CONTRIBUTED TO
WAR IN THE PACIFIC 231
By William. L. Neumann
5. JAPANESE-AMERICAN RELATIONS: 1921-1941; THE PACIFIC
BACK ROAD TO WAR 269
By Charles Callan Tansill
6. THE ACTUAL ROAD TO PEARL HARBOR 315
By George Morgenstern
7. THE PEARL HARBOR INVESTIGATIONS 407
By Percy L. Greaves, Jr.
8. THE BANKRUPTCY OF A POLICY 483
By William Henry Chamberlin
9. AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY IN THE LIGHT OF NATIONAL
INTEREST AT THE MID-CENTURY 555
By George A. Lundberg
10. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS 627
By Harry Elmer Barnes
INDEX 661

This entry was posted in History, Political_Economy and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.