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other nations? or are we doomed as in george orwell's apocalyptic novel 1984 to a state of perpetual war? when we is through strength, a basic principle of the reagan administration and the principle reason why the cold war ended at the bargaining table and not on the battlefield. another path to peace is to rely on statecraft grounded in the principles of liberty and equality articulated in the declaration of independence. now sometimes the americans early statesmen approved limited military intervention overseas. they took their lead from the roman adage if you want peace prepare for war. but how far have we strayed from these principles? have we become the policeman of the world and are laudable desire to extend freedom that we adopted a policy of nation-building regardless of the wishes of the nation we seek to rebuild. in his newest book, to make and keep these angelo codevilla says are 20th century and 21st century leaders have confused the send war as well as america's interest and the world's wishes. they have forgotten it ever knew the lessons of the past and affec
george bush articulated in his 2052nd inaugural is a process by which we tried to secure the world's freedom believing that we will not enjoy freedom ourselves meaning of course we will never be free. and a libertarian illusion that we can somehow avoid the rest of the world. the commonsense of the agency is quite against that. most recently a "wall street journal" new york times poll showed that a strong majority of the american people believe that the u.s. government should be less active in the world but at the same time they say also that a majority of the american people wanted the u.s. government to be much more assertive against america's enemies in the world. the media read that as a kind of a contradiction in the american mind. of course it is no such thing. in fact the opinions of the american people reflect the wisdom of the ages namely that one ought to seek peace, seek to stay out of trouble but one not to earn that peace by being terribly assertive, terribly so against our enemies. we have failed to do that and my book is an attempt to rekindle attention to the basic fa
, as president george bush articulated in his 2052nd inaugural, a process by which try to secure the world freedom believing that we will not enjoy freedom ourselves. and many, of course, will never be great. and there's a libertarian illusion that we can somehow avoid the rest of the world. but the commonsense of common sense of the agency is quite against that. most recently wall street journal and "the new york times" poll showed that a strong majority of the american people believe that the u.s. government should be less active in the world come of it at the same time that the majority of the american people wanted u.s. governments be much more assertive against america's enemies in the world. so the mainstream media but it is a contradiction in the american mind. but of course there is no such thing. the opinions of the american people reflect the wisdom of the ages, namely they went off to seek peace and stay out of trouble but they went to her and that he is by being terribly assertive against her enemies and we had failed to do that. my book is an attempt to rekindle tension
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