The Crisis of Liberal Internationalism: The Legacies of the League of Nations Reconsidered DAVID PETRUCCELLI Dartmouth College he liberal order appears to be coming apart at the seams. The global Teconomic crisis, rising authoritarianism, growing resentment of foreigners, and populist revolt against the political establishment have led many commentators to look to the 1930s as a point of reference. Nowhere has this impulse been more pronounced than in the United States, where a procession of historians rushed to offer their expert opinions for or against the frequently drawn parallels between the Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential election and the rise of fascism and Nazism in interwar Europe. Historians of the United States, meanwhile, have explored the domestic fascist traditions that provided fertile soil for Donald Trump’s ascendance. Such historical analogies have not been confined to the United States. In Europe, the For a compilation of articles written in the month after the 2016 presidential election debating whether Trump’s victory paralleled the collapse of the Weimar Republic and rise of Adolf Hitler, see the blog post “Trump and Weimar,” Weimar Studies Network, accessed January 4, 2018, https://weimarstudies.wordpress.com/2016/12/04/trump-and-weimar-ger many/. For comparisons to Mussolini, see for instance “Trump is No
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