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Sunday, November 05, 2006

Dubya and TR

It has become commonplace to refer to President Bush's foreign policy as "Wilsonian." Thomas A. Bruscino makes the case that it is "Rooseveltian" [in the Teddy mode]. He counterposes Wilson's liberal internationalism with Roosevelt's liberal interventionism and notes that Bush, in deed more than words, conforms to Roosevelt's concept of America's role in world affairs.

An interesting article in an interesting new journal, "AFFs Doublethink". Read it here.

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