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James Carafano: Foreign policy demands principle and prudence

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Call them the Founding Squabblers. America's Founders disagreed -- a lot. All of them, including George Washington, picked sides. Our first president's farewell address was a high-water mark of partisanship. The top issue of the day was how protect the nation's newly won freedoms. Washington signaled he wanted his countrymen to support the party that would "steer clear of permanent alliances...

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