Saturday, December 23, 2006

American Military Might

Matthew Continetti surveys the American political divide between the "peace party" and the "power party." He argues that a general bipartisan consensus on foreign policy during the cold war began to break down near the end of the Vietnam conflict and has been widening ever since. The future implications of the divide are matters of concern.

While some of Continetti's piece merely states the obvious, he also includes enough insights into the growing division on the use of American power to make the essay very much worth reading.

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