On Grading Schulz

McLaughlin, John
October 1982
National Review;10/29/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 21, p1328
The article focuses on the changes made by United States Secretary of State George Shultz in the foreign policy. It tells of the citation of putting more balance to foreign policy, criticism of several politicians on the political administration of Shultz, and the significance of lowering both the rhetoric and volume of foreign policy.


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