Ed Driscoll

The Origins Of The Fourth World War

Back in September of 2004, Norman Podhoretz wrote an incredible–and incredibly long–piece for Commentary titled, “World War IV: How It Started, What It Means, and Why We Have to Win”. (If you haven’t read it, click on over. We’ll be here on Monday when you’re done.)

Just as, in retrospect, the end of World War I signaled the beginnings of World War II, Rachel of the Tinkerty Tonk blog explains how what Podhoretz dubbed WWIV grew out of its predecessor struggle as well.