A steady hand will bring us through these trying times

July 2006
Hays Free Press (Buda, TX);7/19/2006, Vol. 103 Issue 14, p4
The article encourages the American nation to think several times before deciding on a plan of action with regard to international issues and conflicts. The author pointed out that the attention of the United States has been focused for so long on the Middle East that its relationship with neighbors in Central and South America have suffered. He proposed the search for diplomatic solutions that would represent favorable outcomes for the nations that the United States deals with.


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