Yet another national poll shows Americans want their government to be "less
active" overseas. In
2001, the same pollsters asked people the same question less than a week
before 9/11: 14 percent gave the "less active" answer. That more than
a decade of constant warfare has soured many Americans on interventionism should
come as no surprise, but who expected a quadruplingof anti-interventionist sentiment?
This comes as a shock to the War Party, and to their base in the Washington Establishment:
while they no doubt realize broad support for their foreign policy
agenda has largely evaporated, this "isolationist" tsunami should have
them in panic mode.
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