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'Isolationist' stereotypes don't apply to Syria debate

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They called them isolationists. In 1941, “America First” was a powerful political movement in the United States, firmly opposed to U.S. entry into World War II. Its leadership included American heroes like Charles Lindbergh. Its grassroots organizers included young up-and-comers like Yale Law School students Robert Douglas Stuart Jr. and Gerald Ford. The America First Committee represented a...

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