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Foer, Franklin
July 2002
New Republic;7/22/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 4, p12
Focuses on the efforts of U.S. politician Pat Buchanan to rescue conservatism from internationalism, immigration, free trade and Zionism. Support given to Buchanan by European aristocrat Taki Theodoracopulos who will fund and contribute essays to Buchanan's biweekly periodical "The American Conservative"; Reasons behind the failure of Buchanan's criticisms against the foreign policies of U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush; Reaction of the U.S. political landscape to the ideologies of Buchanan; Similarity of Buchanan's suspicions of Wall Street, capitalism, Zionism and U.S. power with the suspicions of the anti-globalization left.


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