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U.S. Foreign Policy in the 2004 Election

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U.S. Foreign Policy in the 2004 Election

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U.S. Foreign Policy in the 2004 Election

U.S. Foreign Policy in the 2004 Election

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NPR's Scott Simon asks two scholars about the current path of U.S. foreign policy. Melvyn Leffler is a professor of history at the University of Virginia and Jonathan Clarke is a foreign affairs scholar at the CATO Institute and co-author of America Alone: The Neo-Conservatives and the Global Order.