Monday, November 15, 2010

All-American Isolationism

"The isolationist label was first used by the enemies of peace as an epithet that made war opponents out to be unrealistic cranks," writes Justin Raimondo, "and since it was repeated endlessly by the pro-war media, the word became common parlance" — Getting Beyond ‘Left’ and ‘Right,’ Part Two. Read on to learn how "what is today reviled as 'isolationism' – which is simply a policy of non-intervention in the affairs of other nations – is deeply rooted in American history."

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