The Buck Stops Here

This piece by Tim Hames in the Times of London considers the idea, now fashionable in Europe, that President Bush has abandoned the Wilsonian approach that supposedly has long dominated Amercan foreign policy and reverted to the hyper-nationalist approach of Theodore Roosevelt. Hames finds the thesis clever, but not compelling, and suggests that “if Bush should be compared with anyone it is Harry Truman.” Courtesy of Real Clear Politics.

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