Euro-American Heritage Project: The Swiss

By Arthur Kemp & John Tiffany. If you are Swiss, you have something to celebrate. Switzerland and America have some shared history, interests in common and, more importantly, a shared future.

Swtizerland

For such a small country, Switzerland has much to be proud of. In many ways Switzerland and America are similar—America is (at least theoretically) a federal union of 50 sovereign states, while Switzerland is a confederation of 26 full cantons. Switzerland was neutral until very recently, while America traditionally was neutral or non-interventionist until it was subverted by the likes of Woodrow Wilson and his fellow travelers. [Read the entire article as PDF…]


Taken from
The Barnes Review, November/December 2009: The Swiss
VOLUME XV, NUMBER 6


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