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Nov
24

What If Japan Had Never Attacked Pearl Harbor?

What If Japan Had Never Attacked Pearl Harbor?Suppose Robert E. Lee had laid hands on a shipment of AK-47s in 1864. How would American history have unfolded? Change a major variable, especially in a fanciful way—for instance, positing that machine-gun-toting Confederates took the field against Ulysses S. Grant’s army at the Battle of the Wilderness—and the same fate befalls you.