March 2003
New Republic;3/3/2003, Vol. 228 Issue 8, p8
Offers selected writings on liberalism and United States power from 'The New Republic' magazine's 89-year archive. Comments made regarding the Treaty of Versailles; How, ever since the Russian revolution, many sincere liberals from John Reed to John-Paul Sartre, though they might have admitted that Communism was often brutal and cynical, usually in the end came back to the thought that its stand against exploitation was nearer to Jesus' Sermon on the Mount than was Capitalism; Statement that former U.S. President Bill Clinton's dilatory, casuistic response to the great crime in the Balkans was not only shameful, it also marked a moment in the history of American foreign policy; Others.


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