Critique of pure fatigue

In his most recent column, Austin Bay postulates that the idealism of President Bush’s second inaugural address is the nerve of Bush’s grand strategy: “Given modern technology and the role tyrannical states play in facilitating or exporting terror, a democratic offensive against tyranny is realpolitik.” At his blog, Bay resurrects a powerful “critique of fatigue” on the home front deriving from his service in Iraq this past summer. Bay’s homepage has additonal links to items of interest.

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