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RE: I daresay...

Posted by Joseph Coletti at 2:08 PM

To kick the good professor again, Fukuyama acknowledges that two of the four schools of American foreign policy thought support the action in Iraq, although one may have second thoughts. If Fukuyama is right, that post-9/11 policy does not arise from "the wellspring of American politics and culture," what would he consider a legitimate representation of that culture? After all George Washington argued against "entangling alliances" even before Jefferson sent the Marines to Libya. Although he raises some appropriate concerns, the essay is essentially a long, roundabout way of calling the president unAmerican.

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