Sullied Heritage

Judis, John B.
April 2001
New Republic;04/23/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 17, p19
Addresses the history of conservative hostility toward China displayed by the United States, in the wake of the aircraft accident over Hainan Island, China involving a U.S. spy plane and a Chinese fighter jet. Development of the Heritage Foundation, which was adamantly opposed to Communist China; History of the foundation; Speculation on why the Heritage's policy on China has softened; View that conservatism is in danger of becoming simply a means through which business protects its financial interests.


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