Fumbling for the Key

July 1980
National Review;7/11/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 14, p818
This article argues that economics and military integrity is the strategic key in U.S. politics. The key to the situation, the author notes, is the action or effort on which the suggest of a strategy depends. The author suggests that the U.S. should concentrate on this key. The author argues however that this key is not explicit because political candidates would rather not talk about it. The author believes that the success of all the political projects of the U.S. depends on the strength and survival of the country.


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