The Present Danger

A policy of boldness, twenty-first century vision.

Issue: Spring 2000

A little over twenty years ago, a group of concerned Americans formed
the Committee on the Present Danger. The danger they feared, and
sought to rally Americans to confront, was the Soviet Union.

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