Since I’m not able to post a history podcast every day (or week for that matter) I like to post articles that I find interesting everyday.
Here is one from Today’s History Lesson…
The Kellogg-Briand Pact was just such a measure and it started simply enough. French foreign minister Aristide Briand … approached the U.S. about a bilateral treaty that denounced war as a method of settling disputes between the two countries. But U.S. Secretary of State Frank Kellogg … was concerned that such a treaty was an entangling alliance that would eventually force the U.S. into yet another foreign war. So he proposed a more general, multilateral agreement (that any country could sign) that was simply against war.
Read the rest at the link above.