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If these things are true, then they are not going to convince the American public. When a Vladimir Putin or a nihilist terrorist group pushes our buttons, the casual viewer will be offended by a nuanced argument about the aggressor.
The problem is that Putin actually is a thug. So was Bin Ladin. How do we persuade the public that it's a bad idea to go out and stop these thugs? Is this a time to start connecting dots, one simple argument at a time? If so, then how?
Is there any chance that the public could believe that Bin Ladin would have been a nobody if the USA had not helped him fight the Soviet Union?
Is there a way to show Americans that if they support interventionism, then NSA surveillance will become even worse?
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