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November 13, 2002

Though late in the debate, I think this is probably the most compelling piece about the Iraq situation, a possible war, and its imperatives on the Middle East.

The American Prospect's editor, Richard Just, writes

Al Gore was right in 2000 when he promised to continue using American power to defend liberal democracy around the world. And George W. Bush was wrong when he proposed a foreign policy based solely on narrow national interests. That the two have since reversed themselves is certainly interesting. But it doesn't change what made Gore's original foreign policy progressive during the 2000 campaign and what makes his new stance -- and the stance of most liberals -- woefully inadequate now.

You should read the article in its entirety.

Posted by hoffmang | November 13, 2002 05:24 PM


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