A Primer for Conservatives

The eruption of hot war in the Persian Gulf has imposed a ceasefire in the debate raging among American conservatives over the direction of American foreign policy.

Issue: Spring 1991

The eruption of hot war in the Persian Gulf has imposed a ceasefire in the debate raging among American conservatives over the direction of American foreign policy.  Muted by the war, understandably and appropriately, are the barbs and criticisms with which this debate was being conducted.  Muted they are likely to remain until the war ends.

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