The Meaning of MacArthur

  • Leo Huberman
  • Paul M. Sweezy
Keywords: History, Imperialism

Abstract

There are, it would seem, two possible explanations of Mac- Arthur's behavior. He might have believed that he could get away with a policy of persistent insubordination until either the drift of the Korean war itself or a change in the political situation at home should make it possible for him to carry out his plans to attack China.
Published
1951-05-31
Section
Review of the Month