Neuhaus, Richard John
June 1997
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jun/Jul1997, Issue 74, p83
Focuses on the views of A. J. Bacevich of the Foreign Policy Institute in Washington on the moral aspect of U.S. policies. Perspective on the moral content of the U.S. foreign policy; Claims of U.S. President Bill Clinton and his administration members on moral values in the U.S. policies; Opinion of Bacevich on domestic corruption and globalism.


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