The arrogance of power

Fulbright, James William
January 2009
Arrogance of Power;2009, p28
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Opinion. Discusses foreign policy in the United States. Author as chairman of US Senate Foreign Relations Committee; Importance of criticizing a country's leaders; Advantages of a free discussion to democratic policymakers; Implications of the criticisms in a country; Problems faced by individual senators attempting to contribute to foreign relations.


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