May 1981
National Review;5/1/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p466
The article comments on the conflict between U.S. State Secretary Al Haig and Richard Allen and its implications for U.S. foreign policy in 1981. It enumerates the differences between Haig and Allen on foreign policy issues such as the deployment of the neutron bomb. It comments on the action taken by Haig following the attempted assassination of the president. It emphasizes the importance of a single U.S. policy on the issue of the speculated invasion of Poland by the Soviet Union. It calls for Haig not to dominate discussions of U.S. foreign policy.


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